Leveson reports today and paints a very murky picture of the UK media environment. He's calling for a new watchdog to be put together:
This watchdog should have the ability to fine a maximum of £1 million to serial wrongdoers.It should be governed by an independent board. The chair and the members of the board must be appointed in a genuinely open, transparent and independent way."
He also wants an arbitration process around claims of media libel.
He talks about the inappropriate closeness of politicians to the media, failings by police, and the need to respect privacy of public individuals, as well as going after the Murdoch empire.
It's causing chaos in the political circles. Milliband has of course come out in favour of accepting it all, but the government are split. Cameron is speaking right now on it and is against a statutory independent watching. The Lib Dems are expected to make their own statement in favour. It's going to be a fascinating few days.
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