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

The Press Recognition Panel (PRP) has 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 annually on any success or failure of the recognition system, and we will fulfill this requirement when we publish our second report on the system in autumn 2017.

When producing this report, we would like to consider the full range of perspectives from people with an interest in and affected by our work. If you would like to share your views, please visit our call for information page for further details. We’re happy to receive feedback in writing, by phone, or face-to-face.

The closing date for the call for information is 8 September 2017.