Sir Alan Moses gives evidence on press regulation.
IPSO has been asked by a handful of commentators for our response to the above document. We are happy to set the record straight about IPSO’s role, work and achievements and to reaffirm that IPSO will continue to protect the rights of anyone who feel wronged by the press and to uphold high standards of professional conduct for the press.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation has issued its ruling on the complaint brought by Fatima Manji against the Sun in an article published on 18 July 2016.
Sir Alan Moses speaks to David Bond, the FT's Media Correspondent.
Chairman of IPSO, Sir Alan Moses has commented on the External Review of IPSO conducted by Sir Joseph Pilling. He said: "Sir Joseph’s review is a thorough examination of IPSO’s first two years in operation and I very much welcome it and thank him for his serious and scholarly analysis. I am pleased that he has highlighted the important achievements IPSO has made and the high quality assistance our staff offer to the public. In the areas where he has suggested we could improve or do things differently, we will seek to do so if necessary and will publish a full response."
Listen to Sir Alan Moses' interview with Martha Kearney on BBC's World at One.
IPSO Complaints Committee Deputy Chair Richard Best has written in Press Gazette on how editors can save lives by responsibly reporting suicide.
IPSO'S Chair, Sir Alan Moses, and Chief Executive, Matt Tee, gave evidence to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee on "Dealing with complaints against the press".
IPSO has released its 2015 Annual Report including details of IPSO's work in 2015; case studies; complaints statistics; details of regulated publications for 2015 and financial information.
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Complaint about Sun article which criticised cost of moving endangered newts not upheld bit.ly/2K5ohBq https://t.co/b4XvR5dOGc