IPSO’s new corporate strategy, which covers the years 2023 to 2028, explains how the regulator will deliver its core purpose of upholding the highest editorial standards to protect the public and freedom of expression.
Edward Lord Faulks KC has been re-appointed to serve a further three years as Chairman of IPSO – the Independent Press Standards Organisation.
IPSO – the Independent Press Standards Organisation – is seeking views on its new guidance on the reporting of sex and gender identity.
IPSO to investigate two group complaints concerning column by Jeremy Clarkson.
Revised guidance on reporting of deaths and inquests is aimed at helping journalists and editors to report sensitively, as IPSO’s Standards Officer, Rosemary Douce explains.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO), the regulator of most newspapers, magazines, and associated news websites in the UK, has today announced the appointment of Kavita Reddi as a member of its lay-majority Board.
IPSO has received more than 25,200 complaints about an opinion piece on the Duchess and Duke of Sussex written by Jeremy Clarkson and published by The Sun on Friday, 16 December 2022.
The guidance seeks to describe the meaning of ”due prominence” as well as explain how IPSO determines the due prominence of a correction or adjudication when it is required by IPSO as part of a finding against a publication.
In a guest blog for IPSO, the editorial team of IPSO member publication The Travellers' Times write of their experiences reporting on Gypsies, Roma, and Travellers.