Lord Justice Leveson says he wants to start a debate among all who are interested and calls for evidence
In the July the Prime Minister asked Lord Justice Leveson, a judge of the Court of Appeal, to conduct an inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press following revelations about phone hacking.
Although it started with phone hacking, the Inquiry is very broad. The first part is set to recommend a new system for regulating the press.
As the UK's only independent facthecking organisation, Full Fact has been heavily involved with the Inquiry. Inaccuracy, which is widespread and too often goes uncorrected, is one of the most damaging features of current press culture.
It is important for everyone who has been affected by inaccurate or misleading press coverage to get in touch with the Inquiry and help explain how common it is and how much harm it does.