New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet on covering Donald Trump, the future of newspapers and making digital pay. Impress becomes the first officially recognised UK press regulator. But could it open the floodgates to costly libel suits against non-members and threaten the future of local newspapers? We hear from Impress chief executive officer Jonathan Heawood and Sir Alan Moses, the chair of rival regulator IPSO (Independent Press Standards Organisation). US telecoms giant AT&T and entertainment conglomerate Time Warner want to merge. Will such a combination of delivery and content be too great a concentration of media power?