The Staggers 18 March 2013 Ed Miliband's letter to Labour MPs: "Cameron agreed to all our major demands" Read the Labour leader's letter to the Parliamentary Labour Party on today's press regulation agreement. Print HTML Ed Miliband has just sent the letter below to the Parliamentary Labour Party on today's press regulation agreement. He writes: "Under the threat of defeat today in the Commons, David Cameron agreed to all our major demands." As George noted earlier, Cameron made three key concessions: -That the Royal Charter will be underpinned by law, so that it can only be amended by a two-thirds majority in Parliament, rather than by ministers at will. -That the press will not be able to veto appointments to the board of the new industry regulator. -That the independent regulator will have the power to "direct" how newspaper apologies are made, rather than merely "requiring" them to be made. Papers, for instance, will be ordered to publish front page corrections, rather than bury them elsewhere. Hat-tip: PoliticsHome. 131021526 Ed Miliband's Letter to the Parliamentary Labour Party on Leveson › Chris Bryant calls for Sun editor to be sacked over text message hacking Ed Miliband speaks at the CBI's annual conference on November 19, 2012 in London. Photograph: Getty Images. From only £1 a week Subscribe More Related articles The Tories are the zombie party: with an ageing, falling membership, still they stagger on to victory We're hiring! Join the New Statesman as an editorial assistant Will George Osborne soften the tax credit cuts for low-earners?