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IMPRESS is ready to meet public need in response to the Government’s Online Safety Bill

IMPRESS is ready to tackle the harms on news websites not addressed by the government’s Online Safety Bill.

The Bill, introduced to parliament yesterday,…

SPOTLIGHT ON | Paul Hutchinson, Co-Editor of the Bedford Independent: "Community journalism represents what local or specialist media should be."



Paul Hutchinson has a media career spanning 20 years, which has taken him from a reporter at a local radio station to Deputy Editor of what was then…

ADVISORY NOTICE: Reporting on Prisoners of War (POW) in Ukraine-Russia Conflict

Friday, 11 March 2022

Given the sensitive and evolving situation, IMPRESS reminds you of your obligations under our Standards Code, in particular clause 7 – Privacy (except where justified by the…

Richard Ayre appointed as new IMPRESS Chair

IMPRESS is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Ayre as its new Chair to lead the next stage of its development. Richard will succeed Walter Merricks CBE, whose term…

IMPRESS launches Code Consultation

IMPRESS has launched a public consultation on proposed changes to the IMPRESS Standards Code and Guidance.

IMPRESS invites feedback on proposed Code updates from individuals and organisations both within and…

2021 in Review: A message from our CEO, Ed Procter

Ed Procter, CEO of IMPRESS, reflects on the key milestones of 2021, including celebrating five years of approved regulation, the continued work to inform the Online Safety Bill and what's…