Leveson, interpreted: The significance of the press' reaction when the UK's media inquiry reports by Judith Townend

Reblogged from CGCSBlog (Relocated):

After 26 weeks of hearings, the UK's Leveson Inquiry, held under the Inquiries Act 2005, has stopped to consider its mass of oral and written evidence gathered during Part 1 (474 people, 135 organisations and 3.2 million words, according to the BBC). "Save for a number of what might be described as 'loose ends' or 'updates' the gathering of formal evidence by the examination of witnesses is now at an end," Lord Justice Leveson concluded.

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