Leveson: the winners and losers
Monday 18 March 2013
Where they stand: the interested parties
Pleased to have given less ground than Cameron. The fact talks were held in his office will not harm Ed Miliband’s leadership credentials. He says the deal will protect ‘future victims’ of press intrusion, while Nick Clegg says it is ‘everything I had hoped for’.
Mulling his next move. In a joint statement with The Telegraph and News International, the Daily Mail Group says the draft charter contains ‘several deeply contentious issues’ which have not yet been resolved.
Had to soften his position more than his opponents did. Although he claims to be ‘delighted’ at the deal, he will anxiously await the reaction of the brooding Tory press.
Very happy. The Royal Charter plan, it says, will ‘effectively deliver’ Lord Justice Leveson’s recommendations.
After such a painstaking inquiry, perhaps bemused that his recommendations were not implemented in full. But unlikely to be too concerned, as he is currently in Australia.
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