Former Formula One racing boss Max Mosley
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Max Mosley: Leveson report 'very thorough'

A tougher form of self-regulation backed by legislation should be introduced to uphold press standards, the Leveson report has recommended.

Lord Justice Leveson said the press had "wreaked havoc in the lives of innocent people" for many decades.

He said the proposals in his report will protect the rights of victims and people bringing complaints.

Former Formula One racing boss Max Mosley, who successfully sued the News of the World after details of his private life were exposed, said the Leveson report was ''a very thorough document''.

  • 29 Nov 2012
  • From the section UK
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