UK Press Regulation

The Week That Was: £££s in Headlines

Carla Buzasi | Posted 23.05.2013 | UK
Carla Buzasi

What do you reckon George Osborne is regretting most about the past week? The loopholes in the latest Budget, or his decision to join Twitter a few hours before he presented it? Twitter isn't exactly the most welcoming of destinations for public figures - it's not exactly the friendliest of places for anyone with more than about 43 followers - but jump on in and you never know, the water might be warm... or shark infested if you're the Chancellor of the Exchequer. If you were feeling in the tiniest bit victimized this week, take just six seconds to browse the memes devoted to Georgie's first Twitter pic and I guarantee you'll feel a whole lot better about yourself.

Labour Claims Press Deal Involves "A Bit Of Statute"

The Huffington Post UK | Tom Moseley | Posted 18.03.2013 | UK

A cross-party deal to reform the press in the UK has been reached, according to Labour. But party leaders appeared at loggerheads over what had act...

'A Real Solution'

PA/The Huffington Post | Posted 17.05.2013 | UK Politics

Culture secretary Maria Miller has expressed hope that a cross-party deal on press regulation could still be struck ahead of a showdown in the Commons...

Miliband: 'Stand With Victims On Press Regulation'

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 17.03.2013 | UK

Ed Miliband urged MPs to "stand up for the victims" of press abuse by enshrining a new press regulator in law in a crunch Commons vote. "Monday is ...

Lib Dems Published Rival Press Regulation Plan With Statutory Underpinning

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 15.03.2013 | UK

David Cameron has come under increasing pressure ahead of Monday's Commons vote on press regulation as rival plans were set out on Friday after the fa...