Archive: Leveson Inquiry

Critics say the Daily Star offers only hostile news stories about Muslims

Daily Star editor endures Leveson grilling for 'anti-Islam' coverage

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.

  • The National Union of Journalists has said it will use its core participant status at the Leveson inquiry into press ethics to call for a conscience clause that would prevent journalists who expose unethical practices from losing their jobs.

    NUJ: Leveson should consider conscience clause

    The National Union of Journalists has said it will use its core participant status at the Leveson inquiry into press ethics to call for a conscience clause that would prevent journalists who expose unethical practices from losing their jobs.

  • Lord Patten has defended the self-regulation of the press, arguing it still has a future despite the events of the phone hacking scandal.

    Patten: Self-regulation still has future

    Lord Patten has defended the self-regulation of the press, arguing it still has a future despite the events of the phone hacking scandal.

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