Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister will make a public attack on politicians’ involvement with media owners on the same day that Theresa May and Michael Gove give evidence Leveson Inquiry.
‘Leveson inquiry: Theresa May and Michael Gove – live’
The home secretary Theresa May and the education secretary Michael Gove will face the Leveson Inquiry today, beginning sessions in which Conservative Cabinet ministers give evidence.
‘Leveson gives clearest hint yet on press regulation plans’
Lord Justice Leveson suggested to the inquiry yesterday that a body independent of the establishment and of the press might be what is necessary to deal with the problems thrown up by the phone-hacking scandal.
‘Sun claims victory in ‘Who Vat all the pies?’ campaign’
After Chancellor George Osborne scrapped his pasty tax plans, saying that he had “listened to Sun readers”, the paper celebrated the victory of it’s campaign.
‘Guardian data content reached 1m users a month for past year’
The Guardian’s Datablog and Datastore have recorded an average of more than 1 million users a month for the past 12 months.
‘Hacked Off welcomes decision of CPS not to press charges against Guardian’s Amelia Hill’
Hacked Off have released a statement welcoming the decision of the Crown Prosecution Service not to press charges against the Guardian journalist Amelia Hill.