The event gives the public the opportunity to question an expert media panel will be held in partnership with the Manchester Evening News, and chaired by BBC Radio's Eamonn O’Neal, and will discuss press regulation in 2017.
IPSO has responded to Sir Joseph Pilling’s external review into its independence and effectiveness, agreeing with the majority of recommendations and setting out how it will address these where necessary.
Sir Alan Moses writes in the Evening Standard on Section 40.
IPSO has published a response to the consultation on the implementation of section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013 and whether Part 2 of the Leveson Inquiry is still appropriate, proportionate and in the public interest.
A new guide to the Editors' Code of Practice has been published by the committee responsible for creating the Code. The handbook sets the Code in context and highlights best practice and key IPSO adjudications. It is intended to help members of the public considering making a complaint, and editors facing a difficult decision on a story which might give rise to a breach of the Code, by providing examples of how IPSO has approached similar cases in the past.
IPSO Chief Executive Matt Tee talks to Matt Ross about press regulation, fake news and what's next for IPSO.
Sir Alan Moses gives evidence on press regulation.
Find out more about new Board appointments, the IPSO External Review and the new Readers' Advisory Panel.
The Editors’ Code of Practice, under which the vast majority of Britain’s newspaper, magazine and news website journalists work, is to undertake a public consultation on how it can be further improved, it was announced today.
@IpsoNews 20th Jan 2017