The Leveson Report, the Royal Charter and the Scottish Parliament: a reply to Jamieson

Aileen McHarg

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Iain Jamieson’s earlier post argues that the ability of the Scottish Parliament to implement its own model of press regulation in response to the Leveson Report has effectively been ousted by the UK government’s proposal to establish a UK-wide system of press regulation by Royal Charter. I would take issue with two aspects of his analysis.
Original languageEnglish
TypeOnline Blog Entry
Media of outputWebpage
Publication statusPublished - 13 Mar 2013


  • Scots Law
  • Scottish Parliament
  • Leveson Report

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