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A cross-party deal for a new press regulator underpinned by statute has been struck after overnight talks between the Liberal Democrats, Labour and the Conservatives.
Here’s how the twittersphere has reacted.
Opinion is divided over the government’s official response to the Leveson inquiry, with some calling for tougher legislation and others breathing a sigh of relief.
Prateek Buch looks at the reaction to the Leveson Report by the press and politicians, and argues for regulation and against the anti-Leveson rhetoric.
After the publication this week of the Leveson Report, Dr. Kailash Chand OBE looks at the moral issues lett out by Brian’s recommendations.
The opposition has attacked Alex Salmond after the Scottish first minister’s relationship with Rupert Murdoch was described as “striking” in the Leveson Report.
Alex Salmond’s closeness to Rupert Murdoch, and the lengths to which he would be prepared to go to help him, has been blown open by the Leveson Report.
The Leveson Report has delivered a damning indictment on the press and the failure of the PCC – while politicians and the police are largely cleared.
David Cameron today point blank refused to answer a question on whether he would publish ‘secret’ emails between himself and Rebekah Brooks.
If anyone has any bad news to bury, today is the day, as our right honourable prime minister gives evidence to the Leveson Inquiry.