YouGov Poll: 57% favour tougher press regulation, 59% have no confidence in press regulation established by the newspapers

10 01 2017

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Despite a one-sided propaganda campaign by the press to turn their readers against the Leveson reforms, a new YouGov poll [pdf] suggests that the vast majority of the public continue to want tougher regulation of the press, support the full package of  reforms and have no faith in the regulator set up by the newspapers. Read the rest of this entry »

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A Response to the Leveson Consultation, Part 5: The Public Benefits of Section 40 – Brian Cathcart

10 01 2017

presentation1-1This is the fifth part of a response to the government consultation. More will follow. We will welcome your comments, and if you wish to register your views with the government, click here. Read the rest of this entry »





A Response to the Leveson Consultation, Part 4: Press Freedom and Charter Regulation – Brian Cathcart

10 01 2017

prpThis is the fourth part of a response to the government consultation. More will follow. We will welcome your comments, and if you wish to register your views with the government, click here. Read the rest of this entry »