The Leveson Inquiry could have profound and fundamental consequences for the UK press. Up for debate in this session is the impact the inquiry might have on science journalism. Fiona Fox, David Derbyshire, Bob Satchwell and James Randerson led the debate.
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Josh Howgego, a UKCSJ student scholar, reviews the session here. Is it an opportunity to dream?
Fiona Fox, Science Media Centre, shares her thoughts on The Leveson Inquiry and Science Journalism.
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Nail. On. Head. #ukcsj Fiona Fox: Leveson should be addressing economic roots of crisis in journalism.— Andy Williams (@llantwit) June 25, 2012
Debate at #ukcsj on levenson and science journalism focusing on how future regulation should look— Abi Chard (@campusprabi) June 25, 2012
Session on Leveson & Science journalism getting towards the point: who should restrain the press? On what grounds? #UKCSJ— Timandra Harkness (@TimandraHarknes) June 25, 2012
#ukcsj Lots of 'bollocks' in this session re Leveson - the word, I mean.— Sue Nelson (@ScienceNelson) June 25, 2012