Peter Wilby's First Thoughts.
British newspapers will struggle to persuade readers to join them in righteous indignation over Leveson's proposals.
Alex Andreou, who used to work for a regulator, responds to the Leveson report.
Beyond the celebrities and politicians, there are ordinary people who often find themselves in the glare of the media through no fault of their own.
The Labour leader has made enemies of the British press. Now he has to present himself as the outsider taking on tabloid bullies.
Cameron is left as the only one of the three main party leaders opposed to statutory underpinning of the new system.
Prime Minister says he has "serious concerns and misgivings" over writing the new press regulatory system into law.
Why journalists are wrong to panic.
From governance to sourcing, David Allen Green outlines five key issues in the report into press practice and ethics.
No industry should be so unaccountable that it can ride rough shod over people’s lives.