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London :: United Kingdom | 7 hours ago

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The Financial Times has expanding international reach digitally The FT was never a problem for the old Press Complaints Commission. Indeed, it was never of much relevance there: playing no committed role, leaving the shaping of PCC policy to others...

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London :: United Kingdom | 3 days ago

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The paper will not be joining the Independent Press Standards Organisation ( Ipso ). The FT's editor, Lionel Barber, has told his editorial staff that, "after careful consideration" the FT will put in place its own system which will be "accountable,

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London :: United Kingdom | 10 days ago

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Press regulation refuseniks should avoid both What, asked a BBC interviewer, will happen to press regulation now that Maria Miller has gone?...In fact, the arrival of the new culture and media secretary, Sajid Javid, will not make any difference at

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London :: United Kingdom | 12 days ago

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The harm done to politics by the expenses scandal is felt by every MP.' Photograph: Illustration by Daniel Pudles One of David Cameron's more decent instincts is to protect his team from the wolves. All prime ministers detest the press pack forever

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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Celebrities urge press to accept charter regulation plan John Cleese, Sir David Attenborough, JK Rowling, and Victoria Wood are among 200 performers, writers and academics calling on newspapers to agree to the Royal Charter on press regulation. They

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London :: United Kingdom | 5 months ago

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Taking a stand more than 90% of national newspapers and most regional publishers have signed up to Ipso. Photograph: Sarah Lee for the Guardian More than 90% of national newspapers and most regional publishers have signed up to the industry's

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Colombo :: Sri Lanka | 5 months ago

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Today is the first anniversary of the publication of a very important report that hardly anyone has read. It is Lord Justice Leveson's Inquiry into the Culture, Practices and Ethics of the Press. As the report weighs over 9kg and comprises nearly 2,

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London :: United Kingdom | 5 months ago

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The Press Complaints Commission has censured The Guardian for serious errors in reports on the Queen's Private Secretary who the newspaper falsely suggested was jointly responsible for setting up a Royal Charter on press regulation. The Guardian had

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London :: United Kingdom | 6 months ago

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Seeing 'sinister escape hatches' for the press everywhere: Steve Coogan at the Leveson inquiry in November 2011. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images One name that hasn't floated into the post-Leveson debate these past few days is Jonson Cox...Cox is

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Mexico City :: Mexico | 6 months ago

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Nick Clegg is reported to have said on LBC radio: "It was always up to the press...If the press don't want to enter into this new system they don't have to."...Politicians have no instrument to compel publishers to sign up to the provisions of the

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