Public inquiry, headed by Lord Justice Leveson and beginning in July 2011, into the practices and ethics of the British press. This was triggered by the Guardian's investigation into the News International phone hacking scandal, headed by Nick Davies.
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The Leveson Inquiry
Official site of the government inquiry. Provides the latest information on the Inquiry including details of hearings and evidence.
BBC News - Leveson Inquiry
Full news coverage including video of full hearings on Democracy Live, weekly roundup of evidence, Q&A, power network, backgrounders, and related coverage of Operation Weeting and Operation Elveden.
Financial Times - In Depth: UK Phone Hacking Scandal
Full coverage of the Leveson Inquiry with news, interactives, commennt and analysis. Includes blogs, videos and photo slideshows.
The Guardian - Leveson Inquiry
News, analysis and comment including daily live blogs, interactive guides, official evidence, seminar and witness statements, backgrounders, video, photos and audio.
Huffington Post - Leveson Inquiry
Full coverage including news, blogs and pictures.
New Statesman - Leveson Inquiry
Full coverage of the government inquiry into the News International phone hacking scandal.
The Telegraph - Leveson Inquiry
Latest news on the Lord Justice Leveson Inquiry into media ethics and investigative journalism following the phone hacking scandal.
Wikipedia - Leveson Inquiry
Crowd-sourced encyclopedia article about the British government inquiry about phone hacking at the News of the World, the involvement of the police, and the general culture and ethics of the British media.
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