FILE - In
this Monday, May 9, 2011 file photo of British actor Hugh
Grant, as he poses with fans as he arrives for the European
premiere of the 'Fire in Babylon' film at a cinema in
London. It was anounded Tuesday, Sept. 13,2011 that Hugh
Grant is to join Halle Berry and Tom Hanks in screen
adaptation of David Mitchell's 'Cloud Atlas'. (AP Photo/Lefteris
An electic mix of celebrities, crime victims and former police suspects
will take part in a judge-led inquiry into the state of Britain's
Lord Justice Brian Leveson said Wednesday that Harry Potter creator JK
Rowling, actors Hugh Grant and Sienna Miller, Formula One boss Max
Mosley, the parents of missing girl Madeleine McCann and murdered
schoolgirl Milly Dowler will participate.
Leveson has been asked to examine the ethics of the British media and to
investigate improper conduct.
The group of around 46 people will give evidence on alleged media
intrusion into their private lives.
The inquiry was set up in response to the phone hacking scandal in which
journalists at News International are accused of hacking into voice