What is IPSO?

IPSO is the regulator of press standards for the majority of the UK’s newspapers and magazines, regulating more than 1,500 print titles and more than 1,000 online titles. This includes most of the UK’s major national newspapers. You can find a full list of publications that are IPSO members on the “Who IPSO regulates” section of its website.

IPSO oversees compliance with the Editors’ Code of Practice. It sets out the rules and standards that newspapers and magazines regulated by IPSO have agreed to follow

When can I complain to IPSO?

You can complain to IPSO if:

  • the publisher you have a concern about is an IPSO member, and
  • you believe the publisher has acted in a way that breaches the Editors’ Code of Practice or has published an article that does so.

How do I raise my concern with IPSO?

You can raise your concern:

Independent Press Standards Organisation
Gate House
1 Farringdon Street
London
EC4M 7LG