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Culture, Media and Sport Committee Publications

Culture, Media and Sport - Memoranda

 

CONTENTS: Press Standards, Privacy and Libel

Memorandum submitted by the Pow Trust

Memorandum submitted by Jonathan Steinberg

Memorandum submitted by Foot Anstey Solicitors

Memorandum submitted by The Campaign For Press and Broadcasting Freedom (CPBF)

Memorandum submitted by Peter Burden

Memorandum submitted by BOND

Memorandum submitted by Nick Armstrong, Charles Russell LLP

Memorandum submitted by Press Association

Memorandum submitted by Express Newspapers

Memorandum submitted by NUJ

Memorandum submitted by Drew Sullivan

Memorandum submitted by Global Witness

Memorandum submitted by Press Standards Board

Memorandum submitted by Russell, Jones and Walker

Memorandum submitted by Schillings

Memorandum submitted by News International Ltd

Memorandum submitted by Press Complaints Commission

Memorandum submitted by Mark Thomson

Memorandum submitted by Society of Editors

Memorandum submitted by PEN

Memorandum submitted by Article 19

Memorandum submitted by Loreena McKennitt

Memorandum submitted by DCMS

Memorandum submitted by Trinity Mirror Plc

Memorandum submitted by The Guardian 27

Memorandum submitted by The Guardian 27a

Memorandum submitted by The Media Lawyers Association

Memorandum submitted by Which?

Memorandum submitted by Farrer & Co LLP

Memorandum submitted by Adrian Zuckerman

Memorandum submitted by Media Standards Trust

Memorandum submitted by Jonathan Coad, Swan Turton Solicitors

Memorandum submitted by Swan Turton solicitors

Memorandum submitted by Papyrus

Memorandum submitted by The Madeleine Foundation

Memorandum submitted by Elaine Maria Decoulos

Memorandum submitted by Jonathan Coad, Swan Turton solicitors

Memorandum submitted by Marcus Partington, Chair, Media Lawyers Association

Memorandum submitted by Mark Thompson of Carter-Ruck solicitors

Memorandum submitted by Max Mosley

Memorandum submitted by Marcus Partington, Chair, Media Lawyers Association

Memorandum submitted by Advance Publications Inc, Association of American Publishers, Associated Press, Bloomberg, CBS Television, Fairfax Media Ltd, Global Witness US, Greenpeace International, Human Rights Watch, Los Angeles Times, MacMillan (US), Media Law Resource Centre Inc, NBC Universal Inc and New York Times

Memorandum submitted by Brooke Goldstein

Memorandum submitted by Olswang (PS 49)

Memorandum submitted by Jim Sheridan (PS 51)

Memorandum submitted by Alan Dee (MPPS 52)

Memorandum submitted by Elaine Decoulos ( PS 53 )

Memorandum submitted by Nick Armstrong, partner of Charles Russell LP Solicitors (PS 54)

Memorandum submitted by Paul Joslyn (PS 55)

Memorandum submitted by College Art Association (PS 59)

Memorandum submitted by Terence Ewing (PS 60)

Further Memorandum submitted by Terence Ewing (PS 60a)

Memorandum submitted by Terence Ewing (PS 61)

Memorandum submitted by Times Newspapers Limited (PS 62)

Supplementary memorandum from Peter Hill, Daily Express (PS 63)

Memorandum submitted by the Daily Mail (PS 64)

Memorandum submitted by the Daily Mail (PS 65)

Memorandum submitted by Martyn Jones MP (PS 66)

Memorandum submitted by the Master of the Rolls (PS 67)

Memorandum submitted by Private Eye

Memorandum submitted by the Joint Committee on Human Rights

Further Memorandum submitted by Terence Ewing (PS 71)

Memorandum submitted by The Master of the Rolls (PS 74)

Memorandum submitted by Sir David Eady (PS 75)

Memorandum submitted by Tesco PLC (PS 76)

Memorandum submitted by Shane Morris (PS 77)

Written evidence from Professor Chris Frost (PS 78)

Memorandum submitted by Private Eye (PS 80)

Memorandum submitted by The Booksellers Association (PS 81)

Memorandum submitted by Master of the Rolls (PS 83)

Memorandum submitted by Memorandum from David Price of David Price Solicitors and Advocates (PS 86)

Written evidence from Duncan Anderson (PS 88)

Supplementary written evidence from Article 19 (PS 89)

Supplementary written evidence from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (PS 91)

Written evidence from Mario Petrov (PS 94)

Chairman to Les Hinton (PS 97)

Chairman to The Guardian (PS 98)

Chairman to News International Ltd (PS 99)

Les Hinton (PS 100)

Alan Rushbridger (The Guardian) (PS 101)

Rebekah Wade (News International Ltd) (PS 102)

Press Complaints Commission (PS 104)

Tim Toulmin (PS 105)

Supplementary written evidence from Alan Rusbridger, Editor, The Guardian (PS 106)

Written evidence from the Information Commissioner's Office (PS 110)

Written evidence from the Director of Public Prosecutions (PS 111)

Supplementary written evidence from the Information Commissioner's Office (PS 112)

Written evidence from the Metropolitan Police Service (PS 114)

Memorandum submitted by Nick Davies (PS 116) (page 1 of 8)

Memorandum submitted by Nick Davies (PS 116) (page 2 of 8)

Memorandum submitted by Nick Davies (PS 116) (page 3of 8)

Memorandum submitted by Nick Davies (PS 116) (page 4 of 8)

Memorandum submitted by Nick Davies (PS 116) (page 5 of 8)

Memorandum submitted by Nick Davies (PS 116) (page 6 of 8)

Memorandum submitted by Nick Davies (PS 116) (page 7 of 8)

Memorandum submitted by Nick Davies (PS 116) (page 8 of 8)

Written evidence from the Director of Public Prosecutions (PS 119)

Supplementary written evidence from Nick Davies, The Guardian (PS 120)

Supplementary written evidence from Colin Myler, Editor, News of the World (PS 121)

Further written evidence from the Information Commissioner's Office (PS 122)

Written evidence from Jonathan Steinberg (PS 129)

Written evidence from Tim Crook (PS 130)

Further written evidence from Alan Rusbridger, the Guardian (PS 131)

Supplementary written evidence from David Wyn Davies (PS 132)

Supplementary written evidence from the Information Commissionerís Office (PS 133)

Supplementary written evidence from Tim Toulmin, Press Complaints Commission (PS 134)

Written evidence from Alan Rusbridger, Editor, the Guardian (PS 135)

Supplementary written evidence from Keir Starmer QC, Director of Public Prosecutions (PS 136)

Supplementary written evidence from the Metropolitan Police Service (PS 138)

Written evidence from Tom Bower (PS 141)

Supplementary written evidence from Carter-Ruck (PS 143)

Supplementary written evidence from the Information Commissionerís Office (PS 146)

 


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