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How YOU can help write the rules for the Press

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How YOU can help write the rules for the Press

Post by Newintown on 11.03.13 12:01

I found this article this morning whilst reading my local newspaper (I have copied it word for word). In light of G McCann and Mrs trying to change the rules to suit their own agenda, I thought it would be of interest to everyone on the forum -

How YOU can help write the rules for the Press

The British Press has pledged an urgent reform of its regulation, to restore trust in the wake of the Leveson Report. So it is seeking help from those who know best: You - the public, the 40 million readers of the UK's newspapers and magazines.

The Editors' Code of Practice Committee has launched a review of the Editors' Code that sets the rules for the British Press. It is inviting the public to contribute by suggesting changes to be incorporated into the Code of Practice, or The Editors' Codebook which accompanies it. You can view both the Code and Codebook at

where you can lodge suggested amendments. Or you can send your suggestions by post to: Editors' Code Review, P O Box 235, Stonehouse GL10 3UE. Closing date for suggestions is April 17.

So, if you would like to see a change in the rules, why not let us know? A free and independent Press is only as strong as its readers.


Laurie Levenson, Quoted in the Guardian ........

"Never trust an eyewitness whose memory gets better over time"


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