Whatever happened to the Leveson Inquiry website?

19th November 2015

I looked today for the Leveson Inquiry website, which contains all the evidence and the full report (2012).

And it was not there.

I was sure that there was one, wasn’t there?

Ho ho.

Anyway, someone established the site was indeed blank.

It had been blank since 2 November 2015.

What seems to have happened was that the redirect had disappeared to the National Archive copy.


So it is still there, somewhere, if you care to look for it.

And the Leveson Report is now – officially – a matter for an archive, just three years after it dominated UK media debate.




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3 thoughts on “Whatever happened to the Leveson Inquiry website?”

  1. “Look on my work, ye mighty, and despair!
    Nothing beside remains, Round the decay
    Of that colossal inquiry, boundless and bare
    The lone and level web page stretches far away.”
    –Leveson LJ

    (With apologies to Shelley)

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