Media, Police and Justice – public meeting next Tuesday 17th July

By Media Reform Coalition / Tuesday July 10, 2012 Read More
This seminar will focus on the media’s intimate role both as a root cause of failure in the justice system, as well as a potential remedy. As the focus of the Leveson Inquiry shifts towards looking at potential solutions, it is critical that a spotlight remains on urgent cases of unresolved corruption and recommendations ensure that lessons are duly learned. In association with the LSE Media Policy Project and Hacked Off: MEDIA, POLICE AND JUSTICE 6pm Tuesday 17 July at the LSE, New Academic Building, London WC2A 2AE Speakers: Alastair Morgan (brother of murdered private investigator Daniel) Michael Powers QC (lead figure in the David Kelly inquest campaign) Jacqui Hames (former Crimewatch presenter and hacking victim) Kevin Marsh (former editor of Today Programme during the Hutton Inquiry) Laurie Flynn (author of ‘Untouchables’ about police corruption) Martyn Day (senior partner at leading human rights law firm Leigh Day & Co) Entrance is free and open to all (no registration required but limited availability – please arrive early).