Newspaper reporters are allocated seats in the public gallery for the first time.
Floor space set aside for reporters in the House of Lords.
Gallery added to the Lords and reporters allowed to take over the front row.
New Lords Chamber opens with a special gallery for reporters.
New Commons Chamber opens with gallery for reporters.
Wason v. Walter hearing establishes that publication of parliamentary debates is covered by qualified privilege.
A Parliamentary Press Gallery committee is formed.
Another new Commons Chamber opens with improved facilities for journalists.
A select committee on parliamentary privilege declares that coverage of debates should no longer be considered in contempt of Parliament.
The Commons debates the suspension of two reporters for writing a story based on a leaked draft report.
After another vote on punishing journalists the Commons never makes another attempt.
Several newspapers stop devoting a full page to Commons and Lords debates.
MPs vote to sit in private to protest about the time set aside for a debate on the anti-terrorism Bill.