Of course the other result of last week’s explosion of the phone hacking scandal is that the newspaper industry’s regulator, the Press Complaints Commission, looks doomed, even if it hasn’t accepted that fate yet. But what kind of regulation should replace it. John Kampfner and Janine Gibson considered this question in The Guardian earlier this week. And now the paper which broke the story that took the phone hacking scandal to a whole new level is asking its readers for their viewpoints. You can join in that debate here. CIPR TV also plan to debate this issue later this week, here.