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LEVESON INQUIRY:
CULTURE, PRACTICE
AND ETHICS OF THE PRESS

Module 4: Submissions on The Future Regime for the Press

As part of the Module 4 process, the Inquiry has published Draft Criteria for an effective Regulatory Regime (pdf, 11.2KB).  Lord Justice Leveson has also invited the industry and others to comment on these draft criteria and to submit proposals for elements of a new regulatory regime for the press.   These are now published below and we would welcome any comments or further submissions in response to these proposals, including on what aspects you do or do not support, and any issues in them that you consider require further explanation in order to be fully understood.  The deadline of 29 June 2012 for receipt of submissions relating to Module 4 has now passed.   Further to the proposals submitted below, the Inquiry has since heard oral evidence from a number of contributors.  This evidence can be found on the relevant links below: