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  • PRP Board to assess IMPRESS’ application for recognition in public

    The Press Recognition Panel's (PRP) Board will consider IMPRESS’ application for recognition in public on 23 August 2016. The Board meeting will start at 10am. The full agenda is available online. Live streaming The meeting will be live streamed. Please keep checking our website for further details - www.pressrecognitionpanel.org.uk/PRPdecisionmeeting. ...

  • Final decision on the PRP's processes for cyclical and ad hoc reviews

    The Press Recognition Panel's (PRP) processes for undertaking ad hoc and cyclical reviews have been published following a public consultation. The Royal Charter requires us to review the recognition of approved regulators to ensure they continue to meet the Charter’s recognition criteria. A cyclical review must be carried out as soon as reasonably practic...

  • The PRP's 2015/16 Annual Report

    The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) has published its second annual report and accounts. The report covers the year from 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2016, and it also looks forward to some plans for 2016/17. Discussing the work undertaken by the PRP in the year ended 31 March 2016, David Wolfe, Chair of the PRP, said: “During the year under review the PRP ach...

  • The PRP's interpretation of some terms in the Royal Charter

    A key aim of the Royal Charter is to encourage and facilitate independent self-regulation. The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) role is to apply the criteria in the Charter to applications for recognition, and in doing this, the PRP Board will not adopt an overly restrictive approach to interpreting the Charter. We have published our interpretation of some te...

  • PRP report on the recognition system timing

    The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) recently held a call for information to seek views on the extent to which the new system of regulatory oversight has succeeded in its aims, ahead of publishing a report in autumn 2016, as required by the Royal Charter. We are currently reviewing the responses that we received, as well as considering the views and perspecti...