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  • PRP Board recognises IMPRESS

    The Press Recognition Panel's (PRP) Board has agreed to recognise IMPRESS as an “approved regulator”. Following a robust assessment process, the Board has decided that IMPRESS meets all 29 criteria (numbered 1 to 23) in the Charter, which means that, amongst other things, IMPRESS is independent of the print and online publishers it regulates, and is...

  • PRP Board Meeting on IMPRESS' application for recognition

    The Press Recognition Panel's (PRP) Board will consider IMPRESS’ application for recognition in public on 25 October 2016. The public section of the Board meeting will start at 10am. The full agenda for the meeting is available on our website. All the seats for public observers at the meeting have been booked, so we are unable to accommodate anyone at the...

  • Our first annual report on the recognition system

    The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) has today published its first annual report on the recognition system and the new system of press regualtion, as required by our Royal Charter. The report has been informed by views from stakeholders, but the conclusions that it reaches are entirely those of the PRP Board. Read the report. We are holding a webina...

  • Vacancy: Independent Member – Nominations Committee

    The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) is seeking an individual to join our Nominations Committee as an independent Member. The independent Member will play a key role in bringing an external perspective to the work of the Committee whilst providing advice, support and constructive challenge across all aspects of the Committee’s activities. The successful can...

  • Upcoming publication of our first annual report on the recognition system

    On 13 October 2016 the Press Recognition Panel (PRP) will publish its first annual report on the recognition system. The report will be available by 12pm. This will fulfil the Royal Charter requirement that we report ‘on any success or failure of the recognition system’ and ‘inform Parliament, the Scottish Parliament, and the public as soon as practic...