Media Regulation and Democracy
Author: The Democratic Society
Thought Pieces On Future Options For UK Media Regulation
The question of how the press in the UK might be regulated in the future is one of the critical public policy issues of 2012, and one that is the subject of significant debate and scrutiny at the Leveson Inquiry. The issue is one that needs consideration from a wide range of different viewpoints. The Carnegie UK Trust is therefore pleased to support this project by The Democratic Society, which collates contributions from a range of different authors on the key questions facing media regulation and democracy.
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