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 Press Recognition Panel (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 annually on any success or failure of the recognition system, and we will fulfil this requirement when we publish our third report on the system in autumn 2018.
In producing this report, we would like to consider the full range of perspectives about the success of the recognition system so far. If you have any information that you would like us to consider, we are happy to receive feedback in writing, by phone, or face-to-face.
Call for information document
Call for information on the success of the recognition system – background information and questions.
Responding to the consultation
Write to us: Mappin House, 4 Winsley Street, London W1W 8HF
Phone: 020 3443 7072
If you would like to meet with us, please contact us using the details above to arrange.
The closing date for the call for information is 8 October 2018.
Where appropriate, the PRP wishes to publish a list of respondents and their responses. We may also quote or refer to specific responses in our final report. When providing information, please indicate whether you do not wish your name and/or response to be published.