David YellandDavid Yelland, former editor of the Sun, gave the first Leveson anniversary lecture in London on 29 November 2013.1 In it he argued that, in resisting regulation, newspapers are in denial about their own power, and that, to remedy the ‘reputational disaster’ that has befallen journalism, they need to accept the Leveson proposals. He gave a number of telling examples of what’s wrong with the press from his own experience. Continue reading