7:47 am, Mon 18 Mar 2013 Press anger at regulation deal
Harriet Harman: A deal 'has been agreed'
Harriet Harman, Deputy Leader of the Labour party, has told Daybreak that a deal has been reached on press regulation.
"The entirety of the Leveson report in terms of it's key provisions, tough, independent, self regulation, has actually been agreed", Ms Harman said.
She added it strengthens the press to have "high standards", "a free press needs to be a strong and clean press".
9:48 am, Mon 25 Feb 2013
Harriet Harman on The Agenda tonight
Harriet Harman will be joined by Mary Beard, Omid Djalili and Daniel Finkelstein
Credit: PA Wire
The deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman will join ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby on The Agenda tonight.
Also with the shadow culture secretary will be historian Mary Beard, comedian and Splash! contestant Omid Djalili and Daniel Finkelstein from The Times.
The Agenda with Tom Bradby will be broadcast on ITV at 10.35pm.
You can join in the debate on Twitter using
Watch Omid Djalili's winning dive on the first heat of Splash!
8:56 pm, Fri 30 Nov 2012 Press warned to act over Leveson
More cross-party talks on Leveson proposals on Monday
More cross-party talks on implementing the recommendations of Lord Justice Leveson will take place on Monday, but below party leader level.
Culture Secretary Maria Miller, her Labour shadow Harriet Harman and Lord Wallace for the Liberal Democrats will take part in the talks.
3:50 pm, Mon 12 Nov 2012 BBC pay-off 'hard to justify'
National Audit Office could examine Entwistle's pay-off
Lucy Manning - UK Editor
The Culture Secretary tells the Commons that George Entwistle's pay off is hard to justify. She suggests that the National Audit Office could look at it.
Her shadow Harriet Harman says the BBC Trust cannot justify doubling the Director-General's payout.
She says Mr Entwistle should reflect on it and take only what he is entitled to in his contract.
6:03 am, Mon 12 Nov 2012 BBC pay-off 'hard to justify'
Harman: 'Entwistle payment a reward for failure'
Harriet Harman MP, Labour's Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, said:
It is not justifiable for the BBC to pay double the contractually required sum to the director general on his resignation. It looks like a reward for failure.
George Entwistle should decline to accept any more than is required under his contract.
This is not the way to restore public confidence in the BBC.
5:06 pm, Tue 23 Oct 2012 BBC Savile review by November
Harman demands public inquiry into Savile allegations
Shadow culture secretary Harriet Harman told ITV News that there needs to be one independent inquiry into Sir Jimmy Savile because "the scale of this problem was of a great magnitude and involved a great many institutions and if that doesn't justify a public inquiry I don't know what does".
12:24 pm, Tue 23 Oct 2012 Labour: 'Troubling' Mirror claims
Harman: Mirror hacking allegations 'troubling'
The news that four phone hacking cases have been lodged at the High Court against Mirror Group Newspapers raises the troubling possibility that hacking went beyond News International.
It is important that allegations of phone hacking or other criminality in any news organisation are taken seriously.
– Harriet Harman, Deputy Labour Leader
6:03 pm, Wed 13 Jun 2012 MPs vote against Hunt inquiry
Deputy Labour Leader Harriet Harman: Commons vote 'disappointing'
Harriet Harman - Deputy Labour Leader and Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport - has told ITV News that today's Commons vote against a proposed inquiry into the actions of Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt is 'disappointing'.