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Government consults on whether to relaunch Leveson to focus police PR

The Government has launched a consultation on two issues - the future of press regulation, and the potential need to commence part two of the Leveson inquiry, which would look at the relationship of..
PRWeek

Phone-hacking inquiry: Consultation to take place over part two

phone-hacking inquiry: consultation to take place over part two
Ministers question whether there is a "public interest" in a second phase of the Leveson Inquiry.
BBC News

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Government says it will 'take stock' over whether to introduce a second Leveson inquiry


Telegraph.co.uk

New Press watchdog is effective and taken 'very seriously' by editors

new press watchdog is effective and taken 'very seriously' by editors
In September, MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any UK newspaper found to be in breach of rules.
MailOnline

Tom Watson is Labour’s new culture supremo despite calling on Jeremy Corbyn to resign over the summer 

tom watson is labour’s new culture supremo despite calling on jeremy corbyn to resign over the summer 
The position puts Mr Watson (pictured) in charge of Labour policy on press regulation. He has been an outspoken supporter of implementing the findings of the Leveson Inquiry into the UK Press.
MailOnline

Review: The Herbal Bed - the secret life of Shakespeare's...

review: the herbal bed - the secret life of shakespeare's...
The Herbal Bed at the Theatre Royal this week is a relatively new play about the secret life of Shakespeare's daughter Susanna, who was publicly accused of adultery in 1613.Set at a time when adultery..
Bath Chronicle

Christopher Jefferies has accused David Cameron off betraying...

christopher jefferies has accused david cameron off betraying...
CHRISTOPHER Jefferies, the man who was wrongly accused of murdering Joanna Yeates, has added his name to an open letter to David Cameron.The group, which also includes the parents of Madeline McCann,..
Bristol Post

Croydon Advertiser exposé is 'perfect example' of why...

A CAREER con artist exposed by the Advertiser is the "perfect example" of why private investigators need to be regulated.That is the view of the Association of British Investigators (ABI), which has..
Croydon Advertiser

The Leveson inquiry isn't over, Cameron must keep his promise

Reports suggest the government will not proceed with the inquiry into phone hacking and alleged collusion between journalists, politicians and police It was clear from the start that the Leveson..
guardian.co.uk

Labour says government must not be allowed to ditch Leveson part two

Shadow culture secretary Maria Eagle says government would be ‘letting down the victims of phone hacking’ to not hold second part of inquiry into press intrusion Shadow culture secretary Maria..
guardian.co.uk

Ipso chair: ‘We’re much, much better than nothing’

Sir Alan Moses on the limitations of press regulation, tardy rule changes, and trying to be tactful A robot can get to Mars and back in less time than it took Sir Alan Moses to convince the..
guardian.co.uk

Ipso appoints former civil servant to review effectiveness and examine relations with public

Press regulator’s chairman, Sir Alan Moses, announces independent evaluation and says he is confident body is capable of working in public interest The Independent Press Standards Organisation has..
guardian.co.uk

Leveson part two demanded by Labour

Labour demands assurances from ministers that the second stage of the Leveson inquiry - into ties between the press and the police - will still go ahead.
BBC News

Truth behind private detective's death 'rests on Leveson II inquiry'

Daniel Morgan was found with an axe in his head after allegedly uncovering police corruption – now his brother wants an inquiry to find out what happened A failure to hold the second stage of the..
guardian.co.uk

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