Members of the Institute, and indeed all journalists, are urged to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry.  This is your time to speak up about practices you have come across or incidents that you think the Inquiry should be aware of during their deliberations.


Lord Leveson has agreed that the Institute may collect anonymous submissions in an effort to encourage contributors to come forward.  This will enable you to protect your identity for fear of any backlash.


This is your opportunity to have a say in the inquiry that could have a massive effect on our industry in the next year or two.

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  1. While working as a press officer for a house builder I frequently found it useful to enquire from a reporter whether his or her local newspaper was bound by the PCC’s Editor’s Code of Practice. This usually was sufficient to ensure balanced reporting on locally controversial developments.
    On a couple of occasions I also found that the same question resulted in national broadsheets changing their story in line with the facts before printing.

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