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Application Guidance

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The PRP’s main role is to consider applications from press regulators who want to be recognised as being effective.

Regulators must show that they are independent, able to protect the public from unlawful activities carried out by the press, and can provide prompt and proper redress if such activities are shown to have taken place.

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Frequently asked questions

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Q.What is the Press Recognition Panel?

A.The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) is an independent body set up to ensure that any organisation which regulates the press is independent, properly funded and able to protect the public, while recognising the important role carried out by the press.

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We are keen to hear from and meet as many people as possible, including members of the public, academics, journalists, media owners, publishers, regulators, voluntary organisations and others.

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The PRP Board's decision report on recognising IMPRESS has been published https://t.co/bjPEaKvFqb #PRPdecision

We are looking for an independent member to join our Nominations Committee - https://t.co/UBfICGxd4v

The PRP Board's decision report on recognising IMPRESS has been published https://t.co/bjPEaKvFqb #PRPdecision

We are looking for an independent member to join our Nominations Committee - https://t.co/UBfICGxd4v

The Chair has now brought the meeting to a close #PRPdecision

Latest news and updates

At its meeting on 26 November 2016, the PRP Board noted that the Government had launched a public consultation on press regulation, which was closing on 10 January 2017. Considering this, the Board agreed to postpone the PRP’s fee charging consultation, which was due to l...

At its meeting on 26 November 2016, the PRP Board noted that the Government had launched a public consultation on press regulation, which was closing on 10 January 2017. Considering this, the Board agreed to postpone the PRP’s fee charging consultation, which was due to l...