Lords confront major proposals for media plurality reform

25 June 2013

The Lords Communications Committee continues to confront the fundamental questions arising from Lord Justice Leveson’s conclusions on media plurality on Tuesday 25 June.


Tuesday 25 June 2013, Committee Room 2, Palace of Westminster

At 3.30pm

  • Mr Chris Goodall, Enders Analysis; and Dr Jonathan Hardy, Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom

At 4.30pm

  • Mr Will Hutton

Mr Goodall and Dr Hardy are proponents of two regularly cited proposals for reform to the plurality rules.

Mr Hutton is a political economist and writer who argues for “much more hawkishness” in UK media ownership regulation.

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