Rival newspapers unite against Leveson's key idea

The sweeping changes proposed in the Leveson report have united rival newspapers who are against Lord Justice Leveson's key idea. The Editor of the Independent told ITV News the outcome could have been harsher and others have questioned the idea that the broadcasting watchdog should oversee them.

Our UK Editor, Lucy Manning reports.

Prime Minister David Cameron voiced his "serious concerns and misgivings" about legislative action. But Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said Leveson's model could be "proportionate and workable". Read more about divisions in the coalition.

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Leveson urges new press rules

Lord Justice Leveson has recommended further press regulation, underpinned by law, in his long-awaited report.