Lord Black's recommendation for press self-regulation
As we prepare for the publication of the Leveson Inquiry into Culture, Practice and Ethics of the Press Lord Black the Executive Director of the Telegraph Media Group talks to Steve Hewlett about why he thinks his plan for self regulation of the press is the best way forward. But what do victim representatives and those connected to the tabloids think of it?
Ann McElvoy, public policy editor at the Economist and Evening Standard columnist, newspaper veteran Professor Roy
Greenslade and media lawyer Mark Thomson, media lawyer who represented Sienna Miller in her privacy case.
Presenter Steve Hewlett
Producer Beverley Purcell.