The U.K. media and politicians alike are bracing for the release today of the Leveson report, a report titled "An Inquiry Into The Culture, Practices and Ethics of the Press" written by Lord Justice Brian Leveson.
The report was sparked by the phone hacking scandal surrounding the Murdoch press and included testimony of 474 people over 97 days. The report is said to be nearly 2000 pages long, so it won't exactly be light reading.
Both the Prime Minister David Cameron and Nick Clegg, the leader of the Liberal Democrats, the Tory's coalition partner, will be making separate statements on the report – the big question being what, if any changes or strengthening of press regulations will occur in the U.K.
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