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LEVESON INQUIRY:
CULTURE, PRACTICE
AND ETHICS OF THE PRESS

Requests for Information

These requests for information were issued during the course of the Inquiry.  Submissions are no longer being accepted. 

Module 1

The Inquiry would welcome submissions from the press, the public and other interested parties on the issues that emerged from the three module 1 seminars.  To help this process, the Inquiry has set out some Key Questions (pdf, 12.7KB).  The Inquiry will be considering issues related to module 1 until the end of January but due to the very large volume of evidence we are receiving, it would help to receive submissions by the end of December.

Module 2

The Inquiry will be considering issues related to the press and the police and would welcome submissions.  To help this process, the Inquiry has set out some Key Questions (pdf, 12.2KB).  The Inquiry will be considering issues related to module 2 until the end of March but due to the very large volume of evidence we are receiving, it would be helpful to receive submissions by the end of February.

Module 3

The Inquiry will now be considering issues related to the press and politicians (module 3) and would welcome submissions.  To help this process, the Inquiry has set out some Key Questions (pdf, 13.8KB).  The Inquiry will be considering issues related to module 3 until the end of June but due to the very large volume of evidence we are receiving, it would be helpful to receive submissions by 15 June 2012.

Module 4

The Inquiry will now be considering ways forward for the future (module 4) and would welcome submissions.  To help this process, the Inquiry has set out some Draft Criteria for an effective Regulatory Regime (pdf, 11.2KB) on which we would welcome comments.  Please see the Key Questions for Module 4 (pdf, 15.5KB) relating to the public interest and press ethics.   The Inquiry will be considering issues related to module 4 until the 15 July but would welcome any written submissions before 29 June 2o12.