Archive: Leveson Inquiry
Lord Justice Leveson has said his inquiry into press practices in light of the phone hacking scandal will aim to determine "who guards the guardians" in media regulation.
Professor Roy Greenslade has claimed the Leveson inquiry, which began today in London, will force the press to re-examine its practices in light of the phone hacking scandal.
The judge-led inquiry set up in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal begins its public hearings today.
Conservative backbencher Bill Cash has called for the Leveson inquiry into phone-hacking to be widened to consider the role of broadcast media.