NUJ backs Impress, calling Ipso a 'pointless so-called regulator'

Union believes alternative regulator is more compliant with Leveson reportThe National Union of Journalists has endorsed Impress, the regulator created as an alternative to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso).In so doing, the NUJ has labelled Ipso, which was set up by the overwhelming majority of newspaper and magazine publishers, as a “pointless so-called regulator”. Continue reading... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

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