Leveson Part 2 Myth Buster – DOWNLOAD HERE
Leveson Two Myth Buster
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Our response to the Consultation can be found here. Further to our main response, please also find below further evidence and analysis in support of our position. 1. The following publications produced by Hacked Off in support of our position. These documents highlight the failures of the status quo and need for reform. The Failure of IPSO
Rebuttal to second letter from Gary Shipton
Rebuttal to Ceri Gould, Trinity Mirror, email
Rebuttal of the News Media Association’s letter from Johnston Press about local newspapers
On October 11th, amendments were tabled by Baronesses Hollins and O’Neil of Bengarve and Lords Wallace of Tankerness and Falconer of Thoroton to the Investigatory Powers Bill with the intention of encouraging the Government to commence section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013 – or, if they are voted onto the statute book,
Please follow the link below to read Hacked Off’s submission to the independent Press Recognition Panel, regarding the application of the IMPRESS regulator for recognition under Leveson’s criteria for independence and effectiveness. Response to PRP consultation on IMPRESS’ recognition application
The No More Excuses Pamphlet
Hacked Off submission to IPSO External Review
Short 2-sided briefing on section 40. Hacked Off’s full case for implementation of section 40 immediately. Briefing on section 40, with timeline of events. List of 25 Government commitments to implementing section 40. Extracts from the Crime and Courts Act itself, including sections 34-42 and the commencement provisions.