COMMONS

MPs take evidence on regulation of the press

19 March 2013

On Tuesday 19 March, MPs will question Max Mosley and the National Union of Journalists

Purpose

In this third evidence session of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee’s inquiry, MPs will question Max Mosley and the National Union of Journalists about:

  • The requirements that should be laid on a new regulator to ensure its independence of the press;
  • The right of subjects of proposed stories to be notified of the story before publication;
  • Any concerns about LJ Leveson’s proposals to amend the Data Protection Act.

Witnesses

Grimond Room, Portcullis House

At 10.30 am

  • Max Mosley
  • Professor Brian Cathcart, Hacked Off

At 11.15 am

  • Seamus Dooley, Assistant General Secretary, National Union of Journalists

Further information

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