Kingston University released a cutting-edge archive of the landmark public inquiry
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Angela Phillips, Goldsmiths, University of London
'What is proposed here is independent regulation of the press organised by the press'
'Information abundance' online means people will be 'wrestling with notions of privacy for years to come' and a go-to organisation should be set up
Inquiry is 'looking at digital media with a print history' and needs to get 'to grips with the internet as a whole', former business secretary says
Former special advisor to the culture secretary and News Corporation's head of public affairs to appear before inquiry on Thursday (24 May)
Speaking about Rupert Murdoch's bid for the Times and the Sunday Times Sir Harold Evans also described the revelation of a meeting between Margaret Thatcher and Murdoch in 1981 as 'astonishing'
Sir Harold Evans told the Leveson inquiry about his time as editor of the Times in 1981 to 1982, saying 'every paperclip was challenged'
Newspapers calling for better regulation of other institutions should look at their own industry, former justice secretary tells Leveson inquiry
Former justice secretary and home secretary says law should be amended - with parliament taking responsibility for an area previously left to the judiciary
Lord Justice Leveson responds to parliamentary questions, telling the inquiry he hopes 'sufficient respect for my process will allow it to proceed without interruption'
Former PCC chairman says body could work closer with judges to seek resolutions before cases are taken to court
Former spokesman for ex-prime minister Tony Blair also tells the Leveson inquiry about his 'neutralisation strategy' for the Sun in the 1990s to create a 'level playing field' to communicate with the public
Lord Justice Leveson to publish 'detailed ruling' on leaks to the media - but rules out pursuing action against Independent on Sunday
Former head of the civil service says broadcasting the meetings would turn the prime minister's press secretary into a public figure
Chris Bryant: 'News International knew information about what the secretary of state was going to say before he said it, and also before commercial operators did'
Former Sun editor says the paper's story on Fraser Brown's cystic fibrosis was obtained through legitimate means and she would not have run the story if the Browns objected to it
Live updates as Rebekah Brooks, former News International chief executive and previously editor of both the Sun and the News of the World, appears before the Leveson inquiry
Text messages happened 'on average once a week', Brooks tells the Leveson inquiry
The Press Complaints Commission is looking at the Irish press watchdog system as a possible option for reforming the UK self-regulatory system, according to reports.
Labour MP Chris Bryant has apologised for falsely claiming in parliament that prime minister David Cameron held five secret meetings with Rupert Murdoch following the 2010 general election, that had not been declared.
The Guardian has reported today that an updated biography of the prime minister claims David Cameron texted Rebekah Brooks before she quit as News International's chief executive
Rupert Murdoch's first day of evidence to the Leveson inquiry covered a wide range of subjects, including his personal and professional interests, his thoughts on politicians and issues of newspaper ethics
The next module of the Leveson inquiry will focus on the relationship between the press and politicians
The Leveson inquiry will this week hear from Met police representatives including its director of communications, plus crime reporters from the Guardian, the Independent and the Times
The Leveson inquiry into press standards has cost £2 million to run so far, new figures made public by the inquiry team reveal.
A joint seminar will be held at City University London later today with the Carnegie UK Trust to discuss the recommendations made in its report 'Better Journalism in the Digital Age'
The Independent has supported Paul Dacre's idea to create a register of accredited journalists and toughen up access to the press card
BBC News has compiled a table of views as shared by newspaper editors at the Leveson inquiry
After weeks of hearings at the Leveson inquiry, media commentator Roy Greenslade calls into question some of the decisions, such as which witnesses to call and certain lines of questioning
Imagine a top tabloid newspaper supported a leading ‘non-Westminster’ politician through his difficult divorce. Instead of printing hard-hitting stories about the moral duplicity of this very Christian politician, it publishes soft-focus, upbeat articles about his lovely new wife and their joyous life together. The politician goes on to become a leading national figure, but then [...]
A round up of Journalism.co.uk coverage and witness statements released today by the Leveson inquiry
The full statements from the NUJ and the Guardian given to the Leveson inquiry into press standards
The Guardian reports one concerns raised by newspaper groups, including Associated Newspapers, Trinity Mirror, the Newspaper Publishers' Association and Guardian News & Media
The full list of those designated as core participants in the first part of the Leveson inquiry into the press
Shadow culture secretary Ivan Lewis calls for cross-party support for amendment to media takeover rules
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