According to the website, the House of Commons Select Committee for Culture, Media and Sport on Press Standards, Privacy and Libel will publish its long awaited report at midnight on 24 February.

The Committee’s investigation is discussed on this blog here.   The Report is expected to consider and address whether the Human Rights Act 1998 needs to amended or “recalibrated” in order to adjust the balance in favour of the press, whether libel is in need of reform, the various phone hacking cases, superinjunctions, and the role of the PCC and whether a statutory regulator should be introduced.