PCC faces grilling at Leveson Inquiry next week

The Leveson Inquiry will focus on the role of regulators next week when representatives from the Press Compliants Commission, media regulator Ofcom and the Advertising Standards Agency will give evidence.

On Monday the current director of the PCC, Stephen Abell, will appear at the inquiry, as well as former director Tim Toulmin.

Tuesday will see evidence from the former chairman of both the BBC and ITV, Michael Grade, who joined the PCC as a public member in April.

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The new PCC chairman Lord Hunt and former PCC chairman Christopher Meyer will also give evidence.

Lord Black, the executive director of Telegraph Media Group and chair of the Press Board of Finance, will appear at the inquiry on Wednesday along with Ofcom chairman Colette Bowe, Ofcom chief executive Ed Richards and Advertising Standards Agency chief executive Guy Parker



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