The post Leveson debate rumbles on, with much talk of regulation, self-regulation and the slighty painful sounding statutory underpinning. So, following on from our earlier round-up of Leveson cartoons, we present further takes on the media story of the year, starting with Morten Morland in The Times.
Steve Bright in The Sun has a typically colourful take on the topic of crusading celebrities, in which the cartoonist makes a cameo appearance.
Matt of the Daily Telegraph has a festive take on Leveson.
Gary Barker in Tribune looks at the fall-out for the key protagonists.
Martin Rowson in The Guardian suspects that Rupert Murdoch thinks the Leveson report is good for only one thing.
Banx in the Financial Times on the notion of, ahem, self-regulation.
Mac of the Mail imagines a post-regulation media.
Tim Sanders at Socialist Worker Online wonders who is really in charge.
And, just for the LOLs, and as text-messaging turns 20, an older Leveson cartoon from Alex Hughes.