Prominence guidance

This guidance explains how IPSO makes decisions on the prominence with which editors must publish remedies to breaches of the Editors’ Code.



Relevant Clauses

Due prominence applies to all sanctions related to breaches of all Clauses of the Editors' Code.

Link to the Editors' Code

Further support

A comparison of editorial standards and complaints handling before and after IPSO

This research was undertaken by academics at the Centre for Freedom of the Media at the University of Sheffield for IPSO. It looks at complaints handling across a number of publishers pre and post IPSO, to understand what impact IPSO has had on the quality, speed and prominence of corrections. 

Research briefing: Newspaper corrections faster and more prominent under IPSO
Full research report

The IPSO Blog also covers the complexities of prominence and proportionality:

IPSO Blog: Prominence and proportionality