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Hypocrisy of the stars laid bare over the Leveson Inquiry
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PMQs review: the shield of Leveson saves Cameron

If David Cameron regretted setting up the Leveson inquiry before today, he certainly doesn't now. Bombarded with a volley of questions on Andy Coulson by Ed Miliband, the PM deployed the peer's report as a shield (even wielding a physical copy), ... New Statesman, 1 month ago

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Tory fundraiser exposé offers glimpse into the black box of political-corporate ties

Perhaps the most revealing exchange when David Cameron appeared at the Leveson Inquiry two years ago was when Robert Jay QC read out a text the Prime Minister had received from Rebekah Brooks, then chief Executive of News International. She wrote: I ...
 Descrier3 weeks ago
Index on Censorship

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister

David Cameron (The Prime Minister; Witney, Conservative) Again, Leveson, in his inquiry, looked directly into that issue. This is what he found— [ Interruption. ] He concluded: The level of security clearance was not the decision of either ...
 They Work For You1 month ago Padraig Reidy: When truth is stranger than fiction  Index on Censorship1 week ago Cameron under pressure over hacking verdict  Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago Phone hacking was illegal: "no regulator would have prevented it happening"  Voice of Russia1 month ago
The Global Legal Post

Rolf Harris's lawyers cited Leveson inquiry to hide his arrest

When the news blackout ended, a flood of other victims went to the police Prosecutors and child abuse charities say this publicity was vital in proving the case against Harris Police interviewed Harris in November 2012 but refused to confirm rumours ...
 Capital Bay3 weeks ago Rolf Harriss lawyers cited Leveson inquiry to hide his arrest  Big News Network3 weeks ago Harbottle & Lewis criticised over Rolf Harris defence  The Global Legal Post3 weeks ago Harris is a predator who duped us al ...  IOL3 weeks ago
Huffington Post UK

How Guardians false claim about Milly Dowler shut the News of the World

The launch of the Leveson Inquiry and the closure of the News of the World stemmed from one incendiary allegation which shocked the nation - and turned out to
 Big News Network1 month ago Paul McMullan Says Phone Hacking A 'Victimless Crime', Ex News Of The World Journalist Stuns ITV's This Morning  Huffington Post UK1 month ago Milly Dowler's Family Won't Like What This Journalist Just Said About Hacking  Huffington Post UK1 month ago
Press Gazette

Why IPSO's Rusbridger/ Lebedev problem is a bigger issue than Richard Desmond's PCC boycott

Watchers of the Leveson Inquiry will recall that one of the major problems raised about voluntary press regulation was the 'Desmond problem'. Critics of the Press Complaints Commission said the system was undermined by the fact that one of the ...
 Press Gazette1 month ago
Press Gazette

Sun editor David Dinsmore says Leveson has left 'banana republic' level of secrecy in British public life

Sun editor David Dinsmore has claimed that the 2012 Leveson Inquiry has left a layer of secrecy in British public life that a banana republic would be proud of. Speaking at the National Association of Press Agencies Awards he also revealed that, ...
 Press Gazette2 months ago

UK hacking inquiry cut short

To avoid embarrassing royals James Hanning London, 21 July A desire not to embarrass the Royal Family has emerged as a key reason why the Metropolitan Police failed thoroughly to investigate phone hacking at the News of the World in 2006. ...
 The Statesman6 days ago Royal connection blamed for police failure  The Gulf Today6 days ago

The Westminster child abuse inquiry: corruption at the heart of the state

What's the price of political stability? Over the past week, long-standing rumours that senior members of the political establishment abused children in the 1980s have finally been broadcast in the public domain, and the Home Secretary, Theresa May, ...
 New Statesman1 week ago

Rebekah Brooks: Not so wicked, after all

With the UK's multimillion-pound phone hacking inquiry failing to land a single blow on the central figure in the affair, 'Wicked Witch' Rebekah Brooks, has it all been an expensive sideshow and a waste of public money? Philip Johnston reports. ...
 Macleay Argus1 month ago
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