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Hacked Off has declined to participate in compromise talks designed to end the impasse between newspapers and victims over future regulation of the press. The group lobbying on behalf of victims of press abuse said there is "no basis to compromise further," the Financial Times reports.
ISPA Awards press release Nick Clegg MP, Theresa May MP and Edward Snowden make Internet Hero & Villain shortlists at the ISPA Awards Communications Data and s...
Harriet Harman MP, Labour's Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, will call on Secretary of State Maria Miller to set up a cross-party process to p...
Labour party press release Helen Goodman MP, Labour's Shadow Media Minister, commenting ahead of Labour's Opposition Day debate on protecting children from abuse o...
David Davis said that the Met police had “changed the evidence to suit themselves” in the Andrew Mitchell pleb-gate affair. “If your walking away and you’re angry...
A Home Office Minister has defended against suggestions that the Channel 4 Dispatches programme should take over the investigation in to the handling of the ‘pleb-ga...
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16/05/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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