The Inforrm blog is taking a break from regular posting over Easter. The English law courts are closed until 9 April 2013, the House of Commons is not sitting again until 15 April 2013, and the House of Lords until 22 April 2013. Inforrm will have a more modest break – until 8 April 2013.
We will however, continue to have the occasional post over the next 10 days – catching up with some “Case Comments” and with some important news items. As usual, we invite posts from readers on “Media and Law” topics. Contact us via the Inforrm email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meanwhile, we recently passed 1,700 posts – an average of more than one a day over the 3 years and 3 months we have been publishing. And our readership continues to increase. Our total page views now stand at 1.49 million. The Inforrm twitter feed (@Inforrm) is approaching 2,000 followers. Thank you again to all contributors, readers, subscribers and followers.
The “hottest topic” over recent months has been the arguments over the implementation of the Leveson recommendations on the self-regulation of the press and we have, inevitably, had a large number of posts on this topic. We have, however, sought to keep a balance – for those readers who have lost all interest in the subject (or never had it).
The most popular posts over the the past month were, in descending order:
The most popular posts over the past year have been “Leveson free”, as follows: