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Our 2017 annual report on the recognition system

The Royal Charter

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The Royal Charter ensures that the PRP remains wholly independent of any other body or influence.

The Charter lists 29 criteria that regulators have to meet in order to be recognised. The criteria were designed to secure press freedom and protect the public interest.

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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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We have published our 2017 annual report on the recognition system https://t.co/Ru0peYnCKi

The agenda pack for our meeting on 24 October 2017 is available on our website https://t.co/FdrMqDA2O0

We have published our 2017 annual report on the recognition system https://t.co/Ru0peYnCKi

The agenda pack for our meeting on 24 October 2017 is available on our website https://t.co/FdrMqDA2O0

The Press Recognition Panel has successfully defended the NMA v PRP JR of the decision to recognise IMPRESS https://t.co/DDoQ0TzW7p

Latest news and updates

The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) has published its second annual report on the recognition system. The report explains that there is currently one recognised regulator – IMPRESS: ...

The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) has published its second annual report on the recognition system. The report explains that there is currently one recognised regulator – IMPRESS: ...