Press Complaints Commission

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Ipso recruits panel to provide perspective on its work by readers
Core participant at the Leveson inquiry among the six people who will act as external reviewers of the press regulator’s conduct and practice

Roy Greenslade

23, Nov, 2016 @11:06 AM

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Why I have opposed the Guardian being regulated by Ipso
After the history of misbehaviour by certain national newspaper publishers it is entirely unacceptable to join with them in a system of regulation

Roy Greenslade

02, Nov, 2016 @8:39 AM

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Impress is here to stay. Let’s quit the barricades and think anew about press regulation
Set the Ipso and Impress editorial codes side by side and no one can see much difference. Apply those codes to current cases and there’s no obvious gap either

Peter Preston

30, Oct, 2016 @6:00 AM

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Are William and Kate right to pursue zero tolerance policy on privacy?
Despite Ipso upholding the Duchess of Cambridge’s complaint about intrusion into Prince George’s privacy, questions remain about the wisdom of her strategy

Roy Greenslade

16, Sep, 2016 @10:40 AM

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Impress draws up a new ethical code that is wholly unimpressive
Alternative press regulator draws heavily on the editors’ code of practice... but, where it departs from the one administered by Ipso, it is flawed and flabby

Roy Greenslade

19, Aug, 2016 @10:43 AM

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From Sun to TLS: Stig Abell on phone hacking, Leveson and books
Former director of the PCC says the watchdog’s hacking report was wrong

Roy Greenslade

01, May, 2016 @12:00 PM

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NUJ backs Impress, calling Ipso a 'pointless so-called regulator'
Union believes alternative regulator is more compliant with Leveson report

Roy Greenslade

29, Apr, 2016 @12:19 PM

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Privacy or publicity? Book guides journalists through a legal quagmire
How the law has dealt with the clash between celebrities, including Britain’s royal family, and an inquiring, sometimes intrusive, media

Roy Greenslade

24, Feb, 2016 @12:48 PM

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Ken Morgan, the NUJ leader who was the pragmatist's pragmatist
He led the union with skill and good sense during a period of political activism

Roy Greenslade

20, Jan, 2016 @9:46 AM

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Editors' code revised to prevent gender bias and wayward headlines
Post-Leveson amendments hailed as strengthening the code of practice but Hacked Off critic calls them ‘cosmetic’

Roy Greenslade

03, Dec, 2015 @12:31 AM

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Don’t let corporations spoil the spirit of Pride | Letters
Letters: We are determined to challenge the portrayal of Pride as a showcase for multinational companies

Letters

12, Jun, 2015 @6:41 PM

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The Sun censured by Ipso for Rod Liddle's discriminatory column
Press regulator orders paper to publish landmark ruling upholding complaint

Roy Greenslade

28, May, 2015 @7:50 AM

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