Do you wish you could conduct a public inquiry into press standards and the relationships between politicians, the police and media from the comfort of your own home? Well now you can with the new Leveson Inquiry board game from Waddingtons!
Originally the Leveson franchise was only expected to be a hit among legal professionals who would love its political complexity and nuanced court-room argument. But the show has been a slow burner with the public and now both the BBC and Sky News are clamouring to screen the drama. Is it any wonder that families everywhere are wanting to get in on the action by holding their own evidence sessions and cross-examining witnesses in their front rooms?
So why not bring the magic of the Royal Courts of Justice to your own home today? ‘At Home with Lord Leveson’ promises a never-ending, headline-grabbing public inquiry for every home. And it’s a great game for all the family – Granddad would be ideal to play the forgetful old Rupert Murdoch character, anyone who has trouble opening their emails would make a great James Murdoch, and the children can dress up as their favourite C-list celebrities on the hunt for damages and career resuscitation.
The Leveson Inquiry board game is suitable for ages 8-81. All you need are some mobile phones, a private detective, a judge, your own media empire and a handful of police officers in your employ. Available today from all good media outlets, or by collecting six free tokens in The Sun.