Political parties set out rival plans for press regulation

MPs will face two options at next Monday's Commons vote on press regulation, the Conservatives' proposal, and the Labour/Liberal Democrat proposal.

Both sides have set out their plans for a royal charter establishing an independent self-regulatory body in the aftermath of Lord Justice Leveson's report.

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said the blueprint he had drawn up with Labour leader Ed Miliband represented a "strengthened version" of earlier proposals set out last month by the Conservatives.

ITV News' Carl Dinnen reports: