Thursday, October 31, 2013

Queen Elizabeth II approved the Charter for the activities of the media in the UK.

Queen Elizabeth II approved the Charter for the activities of the media in the UK.


Queen Elizabeth II approved the Charter governing the media. The Charter was adopted at a meeting of the Queen's Privy Council , which was held at Buckingham Palace.
In it, except the monarch present ministers , members of the Privy Council, including Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Culture Minister Maria Miller.
Charter is designed to increase compliance with ethics and abuses of the British press , media and tabloids .
In 2011, the newspaper The News of the World, owned by media mogul Rupert Murdoch tapped mail and mobile phones of politicians and celebrities.
There was a poll , and initiated criminal proceedings. It was found that illegal activities , including tapping phones in pursuit of sensationalism involved officers and other British tabloids and media companies .
Now London court process goes against a group of employees of the Murdoch newspapers . Among them - the former editor of the News of the World Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, in 2010-2011 , he worked as a counselor in the media relations of Prime Minister David Cameron.
At Wednesday, October 30 three journalists pleaded guilty to eavesdropping.
British newspapers voluntarily created a new regulatory body that will ensure that the ethics of journalists . This regulator will have the power to impose fines on newspapers guilty of violating journalistic ethics , up to one million pounds.
However, many newspapers and magazines have opposed the adoption of a Royal Charter since, according to them , violating freedom of speech.
Publishers have tried to block the adoption of the Charter by the court. Several hours before the meeting of the Privy Council , to Wednesday, October 30 The Court of Appeal rejected the claim of the newspaper industry, and made ​​possible the adoption of the document.
And the bureaucrats of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) expressed dissatisfaction with the Royal Charter to regulate the national media market.
Why we do not have Queen in Bulgaria , to save us a bit of slop in Bulgarian television and media?

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