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Jess Phillips MP on calls for reforms to press regulation: “There is appetite for change”

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WATCH NOW: Former Australian PM Kevin Rudd in conversation with Hacked Off, introduced by Hugh Grant

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Baroness Sayeeda Warsi delivers our Fifth Annual Leveson Lecture – Video

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Hacked Off’s Fifth Annual Leveson Lecture with Baroness Warsi

Join us on Tuesday 14th November 2017 for our 5th Leveson Lecture in central London to be delivered by Baroness Warsi, former Chairman of the Conservative Party and the first Muslim to be appointed to the cabinet.

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John Cleese: In Conversation

Join actor, comedian and writer, John Cleese as he talks about his life, work and current medical problems.

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Sir Vince Cable delivers fourth Annual Leveson Lecture – Video

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Jo Brand delivers our Third Annual Leveson Lecture – Video

Hacked Off’s 3rd annual Leveson lecture, “The end of 300 years of press freedom? Pull the other one” with Jo Brand, was on Tuesday night. Thanks to all our supporters who came – you can now watch the lecture in full here.   You can also watch the panel discussion below. It was chaired by…

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