This snapshot, taken on
22/01/2014
, shows web content acquired for preservation by The National Archives. External links, forms and search may not work in archived websites and contact details are likely to be out of date.
 
 
The UK Government Web Archive does not use cookies but some may be left in your browser from archived websites.

LEVESON INQUIRY:
CULTURE, PRACTICE
AND ETHICS OF THE PRESS

Briefing Session 3: Regulatory systems

The third session was held at 2pm on Wednesday 5 October 2011 and helped the Inquiry understand both the potential and the limitations of regulatory systems, the ideas and techniques underlying them, and the forms that they currently take. It provided an overview of the full range of regulatory approaches from self-regulation to detailed legal regimes, looking at models in use in a number of different areas, sectors and countries.

Speakers

Details of speakers and areas covered (PDF, 15KB)

Presentations

Presentation by Donald Macrae (PPT, 711KB)
Presentation by Ed Richards, Ofcom (PDF, 403KB)
Presentation by David Smith, ICO (PPT, 403KB)
Presentation by Tony Boorman, Financial Ombudsman Service (PDF, 252KB)
Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Financial Sector – a memorandum from the Financial Ombudsman Service (PDF 74.6KB)
Presentation by Guy Parker/Lynsay Taffe, ASA (PPT, 1.51MB)

Presentation by Mark Tompson (PDF 346KB)
Presentation by Stephen Abell (PPT, 129KB)
The Press Complaints Commission (Word, 16.6KB)

The Press Complaints Commission (PDF, 30KB)
PCC statistics (Word, 14.7KB)

PCC Statistics (PDF, 30KB)

Transcripts

Regulatory Systems Briefing 5 Oct 2011 – transcript (Word, 654KB)
Regulatory Systems Briefing 5 Oct 2011– transcript (PDF, 208KB)