|Keir Starmer, Director Public Prosecutions, CPS|
Wednesday, 18th April 2012
- Twitter, 10:30 a.m.:
- Crown Prosecution Guidelines on Prosecuting Journalists (Published today) Here (via Keir Simmons ITV)
Starmer: "There is no doubt decisions we will have to take will be x difficult and x sensitive" as regards decisions to prosecute reporters.
Starmer mentions Operation Sacha - relating to arrests of Rebekah and Charlie Brooks. Op Kilo - leaks from Op Weeting.
- Phone-hacking Detectives Pass Journalists' Files to CPS - ITV News
- From Simon Israel, Channel 4 News 10:42 a.m.:
- Police Refer Journalists' Cases to Prosecutors - Guardian
- OfCom's Submission to the Leveson Inquiry - (via Ross Hawkins)
- BBC News - Phone-hacking: Journalists' Files Sent to Crown Prosecution Service
- DPP Launches Public Consultation on Cases Affecting the Media - DPP
- Phone-hacking: CPS Considers Charging Four Journalists and a Police Officer - Telegraph
- DPP Publishes Interim Guidance on Journalist Prosecutions - Journalism.co.uk
- Eleven Phone-hacking Suspects Referred to DPP - Channel 4 News
- Audioboo - Director of Public Prosecutions, Keir Starmer, on Phone-hacking Investigation - @suttonnick