“Formula one boss Max Mosley today attacked the Press Complaints Commission and the newspaper industry’s system of self-regulation while criticising the Daily Mail editor, Paul Dacre, chairman of the PCC editors’ code committee,” reports MediaGuardian here.
During the same hearing of the culture, media and sport committee currently looking into UK press regulation and media law, Gerry McCann “called for more stringent regulation of the press and slammed coverage surrounding the disappearance of his daughter in Portugal in 2007, calling it some of the most ‘irresponsible and damaging’ in press history,” MediaGuardian also reports here.
- BBC Two Daily Politics – Greenslade and Meyer on regulation
- Greenslade: Peter Hill’s ‘mistakes’ to parliamentary committee
- Comment Is Free: Meyer wrong to ‘pour scorn’ on Mosley, says lawyer
- Express and Daily Star newspapers’ online apology to Madeleine McCann’s parents – comments turned off
- Your guide to the CMS report on press standards, privacy and libel