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  1. Celebrity Coverage, Media Regulation in European Spotlight

    4:39 pm 11/26/2012

    The final Leveson Inquiry recommendations will be presented in the U.K. Thursday following recent debates in various countries.Read more

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  2. Leveson Inquiry Into U.K. Media Ethics to Publish Final Report Next Thursday

    2:31 am 11/22/2012

    The British government launched the probe in the wake of the News Corp. phone hacking scandal last summer.Read more

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  3. U.K. to Charge Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson, Others in Corruption Probe

    2:01 am 11/20/2012

    UPDATED: The former top journalists of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. will be prosecuted for payments to public officials in exchange for news and phone numbers of Royals.Read more

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  4. U.K. Press Watchdog Issues Fresh Guidance on Privacy Rules

    7:43 am 11/15/2012

    The Press Complaints Commission updates rules after the publication in August of naked photographs of Prince Harry taken while partying in Las Vegas.Read more

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  5. Hugh Grant Says 'Huge' Blunder Led to BBC Crisis

    3:54 am 11/13/2012

    The actor lauds the broadcaster for making personnel changes, but criticizes U.K. newspapers, which he wants to be regulated by an independent body.Read more

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  6. U.K. Press Complaints Group Head Pushes for Self-Regulation After Hacking Scandal

    6:21 am 11/12/2012

    David Hunt expresses sympathy with calls for regulation from the likes of actor Hugh Grant, but wants to launch a stronger industry body.Read more

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  7. News International Could Face Bribery Charges in U.K. (Report)

    7:24 am 11/9/2012

    Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.'s British publishing division is under pressure as journalists being investigated may be asked to give up bosses' names by police.Read more

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  8. U.K. Conservatives Push for Media Regulation Ahead of Leveson Report

    2:12 am 11/9/2012

    After the phone hacking scandal, some members of Prime Minister David Cameron's party say the government should take a role in curbing excesses.Read more

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  9. Hugh Grant Renews Call for End of U.K. Press Self-Regulation

    10:07 am 11/1/2012

    The actor writes an article ahead of the publication of the Leveson Inquiry findings sparked by the News Corp. phone hacking scandal.Read more

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  10. James Murdoch Re-Elected to BSkyB Board

    4:57 am 11/1/2012

    Chairman Nicholas Ferguson tells the company's annual meeting in London that Murdoch's continued role has had "absolutely no" negative effect on its operations or stock. Read more

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