The director of the Media Standards Trust, Martin Moore, gave oral evidence to the Leveson Inquiry last Wednesday, 8 February.
In addition to a written witness statement, the MST has so far submitted the following as evidence (click on the titles to read the documents):
- A More Accountable Press (2009, referred to as Submitted Evidence #1 in Martin Moore’s written statement)
- Can independent self-regulation keep standards high and preserve press freedom? (2010, Submitted Evidence #2)
- PCC Statistics: a critical analysis by the Media Standards Trust (unpublished, 2011, Submitted Evidence #3)
- Did the PCC fail when it came to phone hacking? (2012, Submitted Evidence #4)
- Privacy: Submission to the Joint Committee on Privacy and Injunctions (2011, Submitted Evidence #5)
- Press Self-Regulation: A History in Five Reports (forthcoming, to be submitted separately, Submitted Evidence #6)
- The Future of Investigative Journalism: Submission to House of Lords Communications Select Committee (2011, Submitted Evidence #7)
Martin was giving evidence alongside Will Moy, of Full Fact.