Leveson seminar presentations, including: Dacre, MacKenzie, Kavanagh, Rusbridger and Peppiatt

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Former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie and Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre were the two star turns of the Leveson Inquiry seminars – presenting very different visions of tabloid journalism.

The two day-long events gathered nearly every Fleet Street editor as well as a variety of lawyers, hackademics and other interested parties to debate the issues around the phone-hacking scandal. The two seminars at the Queen Elizabeth II conference centre in Westminster set the scene for the inquiry-proper which is set to get underway in November.

Click on the links below to read the presentations from: former News of the World editor Phil Hall, former Daily Star reporter Richard Peppiatt, former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie, Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre, Sun associate editor Trevor Kavanagh, Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger, Will Moy from Full Fact and former PCC commissioner Eve Saloman.

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