02/12/2012

Instead Of Lord Leveson’s Report Getting Binned There’s Actually A Campaign To Implement It

Adam Lovejoy reports about the campaign report, Lord Leveson, David Cameron and the reaction to the Leveson Inquiry from papers like the News of the World, Fleet Street, London media outlets like the BBC and the Press freedom they deserve Fleet Street, London: You know that something is very wrong in Britain when some hacks support a suggestion that they should be regulated by statutory law. It sounds crazy really, but the proposal by Lord Leveson to introduce a new regulatory body that would be underpinned by legislation and basically have the right to enforce huge fines and even send hacks to prison has the support of some of the people working in the media, at the BBC Leveson reform 'would be illegal' (bbc.co.uk) and some liberal rags for example.
Lord Leveson
Instead Of Lord Leveson's Report Getting Binned There's Actually A Campaign To Implement It (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)  Prime Minister David Cameron, who laughably initiated the bizarre Leveson inquiry to investigate phone hacking in the News of the World, now positions himself Victims accuse Cameron of 'ripping heart and soul' out of Leveson inquiry (guardian.co.uk).
Mr Cameron seems to be missing the irony of the situation Leveson urges new laws to curb UK press (bigpondnews.com) he himself picked the man who is now causing all the hassle. Lord Leveson & Co bought all this and actually included all Chakrabarti: 'Leveson Law Would Be Unlawful' (news.sky.com) into their recommendations.
David CameronThe reason why celebs and the leftie liberals are so keen on pushing through Lord Leveson’s recommendations is that they want to be able to control the media Leveson Inquiry: Reaction as report published - BBC News (bbc.co.uk) report and what not. And that is not even counting the aborted babies.
Rowling: I feel duped by Cameron over Leveson (thetimes.co.uk) latest in the line of lefties to voice its support for the Leveson report is writer JK Rowling. She is the woman who had benefitted from the coverage in the press to such an extent that her books sold in hundreds of millions. And now she is complaining about press intrusion. I feel duped and angry at David Cameron's reaction to Leveson | JK Rowling (guardian.co.uk) The British press It's What Lord Leveson Omitted In His Report That's More Important (stirringtrouble.wordpress.com) has already being strangled by political correctness. A post made earlier today over on Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs (www.stirringtroubleinternationally.com) Instead Of Lord Leveson’s Report Getting Binned There’s Actually A Campaign To Implement ItAdam Lovejoy reports about the campaign report, Lord Leveson, David Cameron and the reaction to the Leveson Inquiry from papers like the News of the World, Fleet Street. The conclusions are more conclusive here.

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