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Moral dilemma #14

The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) is considering issuing new guidance recommending that UK police forces do not reveal the names of arrested individuals to the media. The issue was briefly raised as a topic in the Leveson report: … Continue reading

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Leveson expected to recommend press regulation law BBC News, Wednesday 28 November 2012 Lord Justice Leveson is widely expected to recommend some form of statutory regulation overseen by an independent body. Previous Next

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The journalistic corruption scandal leads to the seat of government itself! BBC News, Friday 2 March 2012 David Cameron has confirmed he did ride a horse which police lent to former Sun editor Rebekah Brooks. He apologised for allowing a … Continue reading

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Sun executives accused of paying huge illegal payments to corrupt public officials. Scottish Daily Record, Tuesday 28 February 2012 The Leveson inquiry team have been investigating the conduct of the printed press. The Sun paid a fortune in bribes for … Continue reading

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