Lord Justice Leveson

The press have to set up the new system and why it is the press and no one else that must develop an independent regulatory regime that will adhere to the Leveson Principles. It isn't for the Prime Minister, the Cabinet or even Parliament to tell them how to do it.
The Leveson report has finally been released, all 2,000 inscrutable pages recommending greater transparency of the media
The Leveson report into press ethics was released on Thursday - in four volumes - weighing 10 kilos, and covering some 2,000
Lord Justice Leveson has blamed the press for "wreaking havoc with the lives of innocent people" as he called for politicians
Celebrities, editors and phone-hacking victims arrived at the at the QEII Conference Centre, in central London to hear the
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Movie stars, singers and models have long been attacked for being foolish, materialistic and dumb, mostly by tabloid editors
The ten things you need to know on Thursday 29th November 2012... 1) WILL LEVESON NUKE THE PRESS? Knock, knock. Who's there
The UK should not be heading in the opposite direction to many countries with tougher media regulation, Boris Johnson said
The prime minister is keeping an open mind about the future regulation of the press and will make no decisions before he