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Blog posts from Jonathan Heawood

The IMPRESS Project: a viable, independent model of press regulation?

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IMPRESS Founding Director, Jonathan Heawood (pictured left), recently spoke with the LSE Media Policy Project and members of the industry, academia and civil society about the project's progress and goals. Here is an excerpt of his remarks, first published on the LSE's Media Policy Project blog.

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The Miller's tale

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Maria Miller (pictured) has been found culpable by an MPs' committee of over claiming expenses on her London home, and of failing to co-operate with the committee's inquiry. She has been asked to apologise to the House of Commons and she has duly apologised, albeit tersely. Her political fate hangs in the balance.

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Freedom of Information at risk?
Hard-won 'rights to know' might be restricted by future expenditure cuts in Whitehall and campaigners fear the Freedom of Information Act could become a target for efficiency savings. Listen to our latest podcast about threats to FOI, with Nicholas Jones.
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