A draft Royal Charter was agreed by the three main political parties governing the self-regulation of the press, following the Leveson inquiry. A new independent regulator would have powers to impose fines and demand prominent corrections, and courts would be allowed to impose exemplary damages on newspapers that failed to join the body.
Source: Draft Royal Charter on Self-Regulation of the Press, Department for Culture, Media and Sport
A new book examined key debates concerning the representations of motherhood and the maternal role in contemporary television programming.
Source: Rebecca Feasey, From Happy Homemaker to Desperate Housewives: Motherhood and popular television, Anthem Press