The Cameron-Leveson dialogue: worth close scrutiny – Brian Cathcart

1 07 2012

What is the future of press regulation in this country? The two men with the greatest power to decide that are David Cameron and Lord Justice Leveson, and when the prime minister gave evidence to Leveson’s inquiry on June 14 they ended the session with a discussion on that very point.

It lasted about 15 minutes and it bears close scrutiny. We reproduce it below. Read the rest of this entry »

News: Leveson Inquiry, Week 22: David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown – Natalie Peck

25 06 2012

After months of anticipation, David Cameron gave evidence to the Leveson Inquiry this week, along with deputy prime minister Nick Clegg, former prime ministers Gordon Brown and Sir John Major and opposition leader Ed Miliband. He was asked about the News Corp BSkyB bid, his relationship with former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and the hiring of former NoW editor Andy Coulson as director of communications for Number 10. Read the rest of this entry »