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  • Share your views on whether the recognition system is achieving its aims

    We have launched a public call for information to gather views on the extent to which the recognition system has succeeded in its aims. The PRP was created following the Leveson Inquiry as part of a new system of regulatory oversight to ensure the freedom of the press whilst also protecting the interests of the public. Our Charter requires us to report annu...

  • Outcome to our consultation on amendments to our guidance on cyclical and ad hoc reviews

    We have updated our guidance on cyclical and ad hoc reviews following a public consultation which ran from 8 February 2017 to 23 March 2017. The purpose of the consultation was to clarify that the PRP may want to conduct a call for information when considering variations to the way that a regulator meets the recognition criteria. Read more about the outcom...

  • Consultation on Fees

    We have launched a public consultation on our fee charging regime. This consultation will run from 4 April 2017 to 17 May 2017. We are keen to hear from the wide range of people who have an interest in our work. The details of the consultation are available on our website, along with details of how you can give us feedback.

  • Consultation on amendments to our guidance on cyclical and ad hoc reviews

    We have launched a consultation on making amendments to our guidance for reviewing approved regulators. This consultation will last for six weeks, from 8 February 2017, and we are keen to hear from the wide range of people who have an interest in our work .The consultation closes on 23 March 2017.  You can respond in writing by emailing consultation@press...

  • PRP's response to the Government's consultation on press regulation

    The PRP has responded to the Government's consultation on press regulation.  The consultation relates to section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013. It is our view that section 40 should be commenced immediately. Commencement would complete a system that will: Protect ordinary people, not just the rich; Protect the press from the chilling effect of ...