Show Hide image Politics 18 March 2014 Mick Jagger on the front pages: so much for the post-Leveson chill Four papers carried photos of the star at the moment he was told of his girlfriend's death. The chilling, censoring effect of the Leveson Inquiry that everyone was so worried about seems not to have kicked in yet. . . Print HTML Four papers have today carried pictures on their front pages of Mick Jagger at the moment he was told of his girlfriend's death. The Mail: The Mirror: The Sun: And the Daily Star: L'Wren Scott, a fashion designer and stylist who had been with Jagger for thirteen years, was found dead yesterday morning. According to the BBC, “police said there was no sign of foul play and no note was found”. The Editor's Code of Practice states: In cases involving personal grief or shock, enquiries and approaches must be made with sympathy and discretion and publication handled sensitively Is plastering every newsagent, coffee shop and petrol station in Britain with a zoomed-in picture of a man who has just heard his long-term partner has died following this guidance? It seems the chilling effect of the Leveson Inquiry, which papers complained would curtail their ability to publish Very Important News, doesn't seem to have had much of an effect yet. › Eurosceptics will do well in May, but the federalists will retain their grip I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe More Related articles What it’s like to fall victim to the Mail Online’s aggregation machine Nigel Farage forgets which side he’s on in the EU debate Which paper couldn’t find room for Hillsborough on its front page?