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Daily Mail editor-in-chief announces a page two corrections column for Mail titles and Metro and recommends independent ombudsman to work alongside the PCC
Former MP will take over from Baroness Buscombe next week as the new chairman of the Press Complaints Commission
Lawyer's written statement removed from Leveson inquiry website after claim about News International executive challenged by the publisher
Actor tells Leveson inquiry that she and her close friends were 'put under surveillance' by the private investigator, leaving her 'anxious and paranoid'
Ex-FIA boss Max Mosley condemns behaviour of tabloid press, with specific reference to his 2008 legal action against the now-closed News of the World
Chris Jefferies tells Leveson inquiry he was 'effectively under house arrest' following his release from custody as the press pursued him and those who knew him
Singer tells Leveson inquiry that when she sang at Rupert Murdoch's wedding in 1999 she was offered either £100,000 or favourable coverage in his newspapers
Guardian reporter Nick Davies told BBC Newsnight it was 'to everybody's surprise' when it emerged that 'one element' of his story on the hacking of Milly Dowler's phone 'is now in doubt'
Chair of the Criminal Bar Association comments on article by Stephen Parkinson in Telegraph where he said 'much prejudicial material has come into the public domain' during the Leveson inquiry
Data from information commissioner's 2003 investigation show extent to which newspapers obtained material from private investigators