Participating publications

All IPSO's national newspaper titles are members of the compulsory scheme. That means that if you want to make a claim they must agree to arbitration. Some other publications participate in the voluntary scheme, which means you can request to arbitrate but the publisher is not obliged to do so.

Compulsory scheme

The following publications have agreed to participate in the compulsory IPSO arbitration scheme. This means they must accept any genuine arbitration claim.

Reach Plc

Daily Mirror
Sunday Mirror
Sunday People
Daily Express
Sunday Express
Daily Star
Star Magazine

Telegraph Media Group

The Daily Telegraph
The Sunday Telegraph
The Weekly Telegraph

News UK

The Sun
The Times
The Sunday Times
The Times Literary Supplement

Associated Newspapers

Daily Mail
The Mail on Sunday

(Please note that Mail Online and are not participating in the scheme)

Voluntary scheme

The following publications are members of a voluntary scheme. This means anyone can request to arbitrate but the publisher is not obliged to do so.

Conde Nast Publications Limited

Conde Nast Johansens
Conde Nast Traveller
GQ Style
House and Garden
The World of Interiors
Vanity Fair

PA Media has also joined as a participating publication. PA Media creates content for newspapers, websites, broadcasters and magazines, rather than publishing its own titles. We are able to refer arbitration claims to PA Media in relation to its content regardless of where it appeared.