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Leveson Inquiry - module four

The Leveson Inquiry began module four on Monday 9 July 2012.

The module is considering the future of the media and press regulation.

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

Full coverage of the second module, dealing with the relationships between the press and police and the extent to which that has operated in the public interest, can be found here.

Full coverage of the week in which newspaper proprietors, including Rupert and James Murdoch, gave evidence can be found here.

Full module three of the inquiry began on Thursday 10 May. Full coverage can be found here.

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Tuesday 24 July
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The inquiry heard closing statements from legal representatives of victims, Associated Newspapers and the Guardian

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The inquiry heard a closing statement from News International, on the final afternoon of evidence

Monday 23 July
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The inquiry heard evidence from the Metropolitan Police's Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Sue Akers

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The Telegraph Media Group and Northern & Shell gave their closing statements to the inquiry

Wednesday 18 July
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Max Mosley gave evidence during the morning session

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The inquiry continued to take evidence on the future of media regulation during the afternoon session

Tuesday 17 July

We apologise for the absence of the morning session - this video will not be available due to technical problems.

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Robin Foster (Communications Chambers) and Claire Enders (Enders Analysis) gave evidence during the afternoon session

Monday 16 July
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Lord Justice Leveson is taking evidence on the future of media regulation from witnesses including Prof Jennifer Hornsby (Birkbeck), Prof Sue Mendus (York), Prof John Tasioulas (UCL), Dr Rowan Cruft (Stirling) and Prof Chris Megone (Leeds)

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Robert Jay questioned Dr Neil Manson (Lancaster) and Professor Baroness O'Neill during the afternoon session

Friday 13 July
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The inquiry heard from Professor James Curran and Angela Phillips

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The afternoon session featured evidence from Hugh Tomlinson QC (Media Regulation Roundtable) and Lara Fielden (Reuters Institute)

Thursday 12 July
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The inquiry heard from Prof Roy Greenslade during the morning session

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Witnesses in the afternoon session included David Thomas from BIOA

Tuesday 10 July
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Lord Hunt finished giving his evidence, before NUJ representatives Michelle Stanistreet and Prof Chris Frost appeared before the inquiry

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Martin Moore, from the Media Standards Trust, gave evidence during the afternoon session

Monday 9 July

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Lord Black, from PressBof, gave evidence to the inquiry during the morning session

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Lord Black continued to give evidence during the afternoon session, followed by PCC Chairman Lord Hunt




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