Leveson & Press Integrity: What have we learned?

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In May 2013 the Integrity Project hosted a public discussion at the University of York to look at the ethical and political issues raised by the Leveson Inquiry and debate what we have learned.

Professor Sue Mendus, from York’s Department of Politics and Professor Jennifer Hornsby, from the Department of Philosophy, Birkbeck, University of London, who were called as expert witnesses to the Leveson Inquiry, discussed their further reflections on the issues raised by the examination into press ethics.

In the chair was be Ed Braman, from York’s Department of Theatre, Film and Television, a former Commissioning Editor for News and Current Affairs at Channel 4.

 

About Sue Mendus and Jennifer Hornsby

Professor Sue Mendus, from York’s Department of Politics and Professor Jennifer Hornsby, from the Department of Philosophy, Birkbeck, University of London, were called as expert witnesses to the Leveson Inquiry.
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