UK inquiry into press standards says politicians got too close to the media in last 30 yrs; recommends new independent regulator – @reuters
— Breaking News (@BreakingNews) November 29, 2012
The chief investigator notes in his 46-page summary of the 1,987-page report:
Too many stories in too many newspapers were the subject of complaints from too many people with too little in the way of titles taking responsibility, or considering the consequences for the individuals involved.
* The report devotes an entire section to Murdoch’s News of the World (nytimes.com)
* Guardian live-blogs the report’s release (guardian.co.uk) | Read the BBC’s reports (bbc.co.uk)
* Read the full Leveson report here (documents.gov.uk)