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Despite his repeated assertions that it is nothing to do with him, it is now clear that British Prime Minister David Cameron not only has the power to hold back the long-awaited Chilcot Inquiry into the UK’s involvement in the Iraq war until after the election – but may actually do so.
A bill would blur the boundaries of discrimination in the United Kingdom, so that it no longer refers only to who you are, but what you do. This would be a massive legal change. Ian Dunt reports
Kirsty Hughes outlines Index's issues with the press inquiry's recommendations Press release: Index on Censorship’s response to the Leveson report
The UK government’s Defamation Bill goes to the House of Lords for its second reading debate today. Michael Harris explains why it's vital that the government acts to protect free speech International NGOs to UK government: Protect us, strengthen libel law reforms