Freedom of the Press
As we await the Privy Council's announcement on press regulation, one might expect tabloid editors and proprietors to keep a low profile and try to keep wraps on their more extremist views.
David Cameron has said press regulation plans proposed by the industry have "serious shortcomings" as he defended the delay
Lord Justice Leveson will be summoned to appear before MPs to give evidence on press regulation, the culture, media and sport
The newspaper industry today firmly rejected the government's plans for the future of press regulation and published its
The royal charter system for the future regulation of the press agreed by David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband is probably
There is, in fact, a very easy way to ensure that journalists don't break the law: get the police to do the job they're paid to do, rather than taking back-handers, sometimes several thousands of pounds, from reporters looking for a good story. It really is as simple as that.
Michael Gove has indicated he is unhappy with the proposals to regulate the press and said he only voted in favour of the
A Labour MP has questioned why some "parasitical" journalists are allowed into parliament, a day after party leaders struck
David Cameron told a meeting of Conservative MPs in Westminster on Monday that he had "called the bluff" of Ed Miliband during
Downing Street has insisted the agreement reached on Leveson is "not in any way" a statutory underpinning of press regulation