By William Turvill 26 November 10:49
Lord Justice Leveson has defended his inquiry into the press, telling an interviewer: "I just did what I was supposed to do."
By William Turvill 26 November 8:43
The Times has issued a correction after following up on The Sun’s poll finding that “one in five British Muslims has sympathy for Isis”.
By William Turvill 25 November 11:17
The story, which featured on the newspaper’s front page on Monday, was based on a Survation poll of 1,000 British Muslims.
By Carolyn Pepper 04 November 11:43
Yesterday may be an important date for press regulation. Or it may be of no significance whatsoever.
By Dominic Ponsford 27 October 10:39
A Sunday Mirror story revealing the fiancée of murdered soldier Lee Rigby was in a new relationship was inaccurate but not a breach of privacy, press regulator IPSO has ruled.
By Dominic Ponsford 19 October 10:40
Under the Crime and Courts Act, publishers who are not signed up to an officially-recognised press regulator will face the threat of exemplary damages in libel and privacy cases from 3 November.
By William Turvill 15 October 16:14
News of the video was broken by The Sun newspaper on Saturday 18 July. The next day, its News UK sister title The Sunday Times published a story headlined “Royals hunt source of Nazi salute film”.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 October 12:00
News publishers this morning backed a fightback against “Leveson’s toxic legacy” and legislation that will next month give the UK “probably the harshest press regime anywhere in the free world”.
By Dominic Ponsford 08 October 13:41

Michael Jackson’s nephew has had an accuracy complaint against the Daily Mirror over a story headlined “Jacko’s £134m hush money” rejected by press regulator IPSO.

By William Turvill 08 October 13:21
The Independent Press Standards Organisation has rejected a privacy complaint over a Mail on Sunday report that Nigel Farage (pictured, Reuters) had been questioned by police.
By Dominic Ponsford 06 October 10:59
The Daily Telegraph breached the Editors’ Code by inaccurately reporting on its front page an allegation of anti-semitism made against Jeremy Corbyn.
By William Turvill and Mark Silberstein 05 October 13:58
The Independent Press Standards Organisation has upheld more complaints against the Express and Mail groups than any other newspaper titles. (Picture: Shutterstock)
By Dominic Ponsford 30 September 9:56
Former Independent editor Chris Blackhurst has said that membership of the Independent Press Standards Organisation is “not for us guv”.
By William Turvill 28 September 10:40
The Times reported the comments made by Peter Wadhams, professor of ocean physics, in July this year. Wadhams went to IPSO over the story and made his complaint public.
By Dominic Ponsford 24 September 11:55
The move comes as the Press Recognition Panel, backed by the Royal Charter on press regulation, began accepting applications earlier this month.
By Dominic Ponsford 24 September 9:42

A former head of the Metropolitan Police believes David Cameron set up the Leveson Inquiry to take the “heat” away from himself and the Government.

By William Turvill 24 September 9:35
Tony Gallagher fears the Bribery Act would have prevented The Daily Telegraph from exposing the MPs’ expenses scandal.
By Dominic Ponsford and PA Mediapoint 21 September 10:12
The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards cleared Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Jack Straw and said the "damage" done to the former MPs could have been avoided if Dispatches and The Daily Telegraph had "accurately reported" the exchanges they had filmed.
By William Turvill and David Knowles 18 September 4:30
The Independent Press Standards Organisation has received more than 500 online complaints about unregulated national newspapers - most of which were about The Guardian.
By Dominic Ponsford 08 September 16:27
Loaded opinion polls were used today to claim that press regulator IPSO is failing, or has been given a clear bill of health – depending on your view point.