Archive: Phone Hacking And The Leveson Inquiry

Laurence Dodds: 'It is crucial that the Royal Charter apply to online organisations – but equally important that we know exactly who is in and who is out.'

Comment: What does the Royal Charter mean for online media?

Online organisations should be included in the Royal Charter's proposed regulatory body, but steps need to be taken to ensure smaller sites are protected by Fleet Street.

  • The answer to Cameron's Leveson headache might lie deep in Britain's constitution

    Press regulation: Could royal charters be the answer?

    As the clock continues to tick on Lord Justice Leveson's proposals, Downing Street continues to look for answers - and a royal charter might just be the get-out-of-jail-free option the prime minister is looking for.

  • Paul Dacre, editor of the Daily Mail, is thought to favour the status quo

    Newspaper editors promise 'swift' reform

    Newspaper editors have committed to work together to "swiftly" find a solution which meets the Leveson principles of self-regulation, after their Downing Street meeting this morning.

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