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Leveson Inquiry in full - module 2

Full coverage of the second module of formal hearings at the Leveson Inquiry on media ethics and press regulation.

The second module is dealing with the relationships between the press and police and the extent to which that has operated in the public interest.

Full coverage of module one of the inquiry, which ran from November 2011 to February 2012, can be found here.

Hearings for the week in which newspaper proprietors were questioned can be found here.

Hearings for the week beginning Wednesday 9 May can be found here.

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Wednesday 4 April

David Perry QC and Lord MacDonald, former DPP, gave evidence to the inquiry

Keir Starmer, Director of Public Prosecutions, gave evidence to the inquiry

Tuesday 3 April

Lucy Panton, former crime reporter at the News of the World newspaper gave evidence to the inquiry

Lord Leveson led a directions hearing, setting out the core participants and timetable for module 3 of the inquiry

Monday 2 April

Neil Wallis, formerly of the News of the World gave evidence to the inquiry

Thursday 29 March

Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, from Staffordshire Police gave evidence to the inquiry

Kit Malthouse, deputy mayor for policing and crime in London, gave evidence to the inquiry

Wednesday 28 March

Police representatives, including Sir Hugh Orde, gave evidence to the inquiry

Chief Constable Matthew Baggott and Liz Young from the PSNI gave evidence in the afternoon session

Tuesday 27 March

Chief Constable Colin Port gave evidence to the inquiry

Chief Constable Jonathan Stoddart, from Durham Constabulary, gave evidence to the inquiry

Monday 26 March

Representatives from police forces in Suffolk and Cumbria gave evidence

Police forces and local newspaper representatives from Suffolk and Cumbria gave evidence

21 March 2012

Chief Constable Stephen House gave evidence to the inquiry

Chief Constable Peter Vaughan and Catherine Llewellyn, from South Wales Police gave evidence during the afternoon session

20 March 2012

Met Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe gave evidence to the inquiry

Chief Constable Chris Sims gave evidence

19 March 2012

John Twomey, from the Daily Express, was one of a number of crime reporters who gave evidence

Jeremy Lawton from the Daily Star also gave evidence

15 March 2012

DCI Clive Driscoll gave evidence to the inquiry

Evidence came from former Times lawyer Alastair Brett

14 March 2012

Crime reporters from the Guardian, the Independent and the Times gave evidence to the inquiry

Jeff Edwards, from the Crime Reporters Association, gave evidence to the inquiry

13 March 2012

Sara Cheesley, from the Met police, gave evidence

Met Police Communications Director Dick Fedorcio gave evidence to the inquiry

12 March 2012

Evidence from Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick and Sir Dennis O'Connor

Sir Dennis O'Connor gave evidence to the inquiry

7 March 2012

Lord Blair gave evidence to the inquiry

Former Met police officers Bob Quick and Tim Godwin gave evidence

6 March 2012

Evidence from former Scotland Yard chiefs Lord Condon and Lord Stevens

Chief Constable Lynne Owens and Lord Stevens gave evidence

5 March 2012

Evidence from Sir Paul Stephenson and Elizabeth Filkin

Evidence from Elizabeth Filkin and Roger Baker, HM Inspectorate of Constabulary

1 March 2012

Former Met police officer Peter Clarke gave evidence

Evidence from former police officers John Yates and Andy Hayman

29 February 2012

Evidence from witnesses from the Metropolitan Police, including DS Philip Williams

Evidence from Metropolitan Police witnesses, including DI Mark Maberly and DCS Keith Surtees

28 February 2012

Evidence from Simon Hughes MP and Jacqui Hames

Chris Jeffries and Nick Davies gave evidence

27 February 2012

Evidence from DAC Sue Akers

Evidence from Brian Paddick and Lord Prescott




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