Public inquiries are a staple of the British political system. Here's a few home truths about what it's like to actually run them from the inside.
The Royal Charter threatens small news websites and blogs. Changes need to be made to prevent an encroachment on a free online press.
Ministers will have to vote down plans to implement Lord Justice Leveson's recommendations when they arrive in the Commons, after the coalition suffered its 63rd defeat in the Lords since 2010.
Cross-party unity on Lord Justice Leveson's to reform press regulation appeared to be sliding away this weekend.
Key players give their responses to Lord Justice Leveson's recommendations outside the QEII conference centre in central London.
What do Lord Justice Leveson's recommendations mean for the online world?
After months of waiting, Lord Justice Leveson's report has finally been published. Review our live coverage in which we assessed its contents - and the political reaction - this afternoon.
It is hard to imagine what the Leveson inquiry can do to stop sites showing material that is not actually illegal.
Rupert Murdoch asked Margaret Thatcher to provide extra police during the Wapping strike, Andrew Neil has revealed.
David Cameron will act as the judge of Jeremy Hunt's behaviour after Lord Justice Leveson refused to do so, he has made clear.
Rupert Murdoch has blamed "one or two individuals" for not telling him about phone-hacking at the News of the World in his appearance at the Leveson inquiry.
Review our live coverage of Rupert Murdoch's appearance before the Leveson inquiry - as well as prime minister's questions from midday.
Week begins with new newspaper, ends with resignation. The saga of Murdoch's empire rumbles on.
John Yates endured another bruising interrogation over his decision-making over phone-hacking today, when he appeared for a marathon session at the Leveson inquiry.
Journalists at the Sun newspaper used illegal payments to public officials to win exclusive stories, the chief police officer probing phone-hacking said today.
Charlotte Church and her parents have won a £600,000 settlement over stories secured through phone-hacking claims by News Group Newspapers.
The judge leading the inquiry into the conduct of Britain's journalists has repeated his warning against critics of his probe.
In the age of Leveson and Twitter, we still need professional correspondents to make sense of information.
Anger was growing at the Sun newspaper today, following the arrest of journalists and editors.
The editor of the Times struggled to justify the behaviour of his staff during a fraught appearance at the Leveson inquiry today.
The use of Page 3 girls in the Sun has become a British institution, the editor of the newspaper claimed today.
The editor of the Daily Mail has answered a series of questions about its coverage, in a lengthy and unprecedented Leveson inquiry session.
News International's excesses were partly caused by the Murdoch family being "deeply embedded in our political top class", Ian Hislop has told the Leveson inquiry.
The owner of the Daily Express was told his views were "grotesque" during a tense witness session at the Leveson inquiry today.
The editor of the Daily Star endured a bruising encounter at the Leveson inquiry today, facing sustained questioning over her newspaper's coverage of Muslims.