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J.K. Rowling, John Cleese, Directors Support U.K. Press Reform

Michael Apted, Stephen Daldry, Terry Gilliam, singer Bryan Adams and author Helen Fielding also push for system proposed a year ago in the final Leveson Inquiry report. LONDON – Filmmakers Alan Parker, Michael Apted, Terry Gilliam and...Show More Summary

U.K. Prime Minister Tells Newspaper Industry to Sort Out Self-Regulation Plans Quickly

David Cameron tells British tabloid and broadsheet editors that the "clock is ticking" for them following last week's Leveson Inquiry report. read more

U.K.'s Leveson Report Criticizes Press Excesses, Suggests New Self-Regulator

The report of the inquiry into media standards in the wake of the News Corp. phone hacking case largely stayed away from sharp criticism of Rupert Murdoch and other big industry names. read more

U.K. Prime Minister, News International CEO Support Stricter Press Regulation

Ahead of the final Leveson Inquiry report, they say the current self-regulation system needs change, but the latter emphasized his opposition to state intervention. read more

5 Things to Know About the Leveson Inquiry

Judge Brian Leveson will deliver his final report on U.K. media standards on Thursday, including recommendations for the regulation of newspapers. read more

Celebrity Coverage, Media Regulation in European Spotlight

The final Leveson Inquiry recommendations will be presented in the U.K. Thursday following recent debates in various countries. read more

Leveson Inquiry Into U.K. Media Ethics to Publish Report, Recommendations Next Thursday

The British government launched the probe in the wake of the News Corp. phone hacking scandal last summer. read more

U.K.'s Channel 4 to Air Documentary on Leveson Inquiry Presented by Hugh Grant

Amid criticism from a conservative British politician that it could be a partisan project, the TV network says the program will be impartial. read more

Hugh Grant-Fronted Doc on Leveson Inquiry Raises Impartiality Concerns

Channel 4, the U.K. broadcaster that commissioned the program, says it will be made in line with media watchdog rules. read more

Hugh Grant Renews Call for End of U.K. Press Self-Regulation

The actor writes an article ahead of the publication of the Leveson Inquiry findings sparked by the News Corp. phone hacking scandal. read more

Leveson Inquiry Recommendations for U.K. Media Regulation Delayed (Report)

A final report from the initiative launched in the wake of the News Corp. phone hacking scandal is now expected in late November. read more

Hugh Grant to Meet Culture Minister Ahead of Phone-Hacking Inquiry Findings (Report)

The actor and other members of "Hacked Off" campaign are due to meet Maria Miller before the findings of the Leveson inquiry are published in early November. read more

Phone Hacking Scandal: London Mayor Discloses More Interactions With News Corp. Brass

Boris Johnson reported previously undisclosed exchanges with Rebekah Brooks and James Murdoch, leading to calls for him to testify to the Leveson Inquiry. read more

Leveson Inquiry Costs Reach $6.2 Million

The probe into U.K. press ethics and standards, launched in the wake of the phone hacking scandal, is expected to publish a final report in early November. read more

Maria Miller Named New British Arts, Media and Culture Minister

She replaces Jeremy Hunt, who was a key witness in the Leveson Inquiry and will now become health secretary. read more

Phone Hacking: Fewer U.K. Defamation Lawsuits Amid Leveson Inquiry

The number of cases has dropped to a three-year low amid the probe into media standards that was launched in reaction to the News Corp. hacking scandal. read more

Leveson Inquiry Warns Witnesses Who Will Be Censured (Report)

??With the probe into media ethics expected to publish its final report in late October, it remains unclear though which media and political players will be criticized.?? read more

Top U.K. Media Regulator Says Editors Should Not be Part of Newspaper Complaints Procedures

Ofcom chief Ed Richards tells the Leveson inquiry it would be an unworkable idea to have those regulated deciding on complaints about them. read more

U.K. Government Office Casts Doubt on Rupert Murdoch Claim

The News Corp. CEO had told the Leveson Inquiry that former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown had declared war on the media conglomerate. read more

David Cameron Calls Suggestion of Deal With Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. 'Nonsense'

The British prime minister tells the Leveson Inquiry that his Conservative Party had no overt or covert agreement to ensure favorable news coverage in return for political favors, including on the conglomerate's BSkyB bid. read more

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