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Ethics and practices of the British press have come in for sharp criticism in the House of Lords where Indian-origin peer Lord Swraj Paul and several others pressed for a statutory media regulator.
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Five lay people will be invited to take part in a review of the British newspapers` code of practice in the wake of the damning Leveson report into press ethics.
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Shami Chakrabarti, a top adviser to Lord Justice Leveson says his key proposal for compulsory press regulation in UK in the aftermath of the phone-hacking scandal would be illegal.
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The Leveson inquiry into British media ethics has proved to be a double whammy for Prime Minister David Cameron as the report has exposed divisions within the ruling coalition.
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Lord Justice Leveson is due to publish his report tomorrow.
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Former Zimbabwean cricketer Henry Olonga has revealed the dangers of shackling the UK Press as Lord Justice Leveson unveils the first part of his report into Press standards next week
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