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IPSO has today announced a full response to the recommendations made by Lord Kerslake in his report on the aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack.
The UK’s seven best-selling national daily newspapers and eight best-selling Sunday newspapers have agreed to sign up to the IPSO compulsory arbitration scheme announced on Tuesday this week. This will mean that members of the public can get low-cost access to justice without having to go to court for legal claims including libel, invasion of privacy, data protection or harassment. The participating newspapers cannot refuse to arbitrate on any valid claim. It costs a maximum in fees of £100 for the claimant.
In the first of our series of guest blogs from Samaritans, Lorna Fraser, Executive Lead of Samaritans’ Media Advisory Service introduces the service and its guidelines to support safe and informative coverage of suicide and self-harm.
Director of Operations Charlotte Dewar was on this week's Radio 4 Media Show talking about IPSO's compulsory arbitration scheme with the BBC's Media Editor Amol Rajan.
Get the latest news with our e-newsletter including more on the compulsory arbitration scheme, IPSO lecture and Tower Hamlets ruling.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has announced today that it is creating a compulsory version of its low cost arbitration scheme. It has written to the national newspapers that are part of its current scheme to set out details of the compulsory version.
Chief Executive Matt Tee appeared on Radio 4's Today Programme and BBC Radio London's Breakfast Show to talk about new adverts promoting the IPSO mark.
Watch the live stream of Sir David Spielgelhalter's lecture at the Royal Statistical Society and download the lecture notes.
@IpsoNews 22nd May 2018