If you have seen something in a newspaper or magazine that you would like to complain about, you can write to the editor, the letters editor, or the journalist. If you don’t receive a reply within one week, or you are not happy with their answer, then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation. IPSO is an independent organisation that deals with complaints from members of the public about the contents of newspapers and magazines.
You can contact them at:
Independent Press Standards Organisation Gate House 1 Farringdon Street London EC4M 7LG
Helpline: 0300 123 2220Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.ipso.co.uk
If you have seen something on television or heard something on the radio that you would like to complain about, you can contact Ofcom. If the programme was on BBC TV or radio, then you need to go directly to the BBC.
Ofcom Riverside House 2a Southwark Bridge Road London SE1 9HA
Tel: 0300 123 3333 Website: www.ofcom.org.uk
PO Box 1922 Darlington DL3 0UR
Tel: 03700 100 222 Website: www.bbc.co.uk/complaints