After Leveson: What sort of Press Regulation?

Event Date: 20 October 2012
Room B01
Clore Management Centre
Birkbeck, University of London
Malet Street, Bloomsbury
London WC1E 7HX

Birkbeck’s Centre for the Study of British Politics and Public Life is holding a half-day event on the future of press regulation in Britain:

After Leveson: What sort of Press Regulation?

Both panels will be chaired by Tony Wright, Professorial Fellow in the Department of Politics at Birkbeck, Visiting Professor of Government and Public Policy at UCL and former Member of Parliament for Cannock Chase.

Panel 1: What has the Leveson process told us?

With Lance Price (Writer, journalist and former Downing Street media advisor), Joan Smith (journalist), Peter Dobbie (former Political and Executive Editor of the Mail on Sunday), Evan Harris (former MP and adviser to the Hacked Off Campaign).

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Panel 2: The issue of press regulation

With Lance Price (Writer, journalist and former Downing Street media advisor), Joan Smith (journalist), Peter Dobbie (former Political and Executive Editor of the Mail on Sunday), Evan Harris (former MP and adviser to the Hacked Off Campaign), Helen Goodman MP (Labour), Professor Angela Phillips (Goldsmiths, former Guardian journalist), Professor Brian Cathcart (Kingston, former Interdependent journalist) and Professor Jean Seaton (Westminster and official BBC historian).

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