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I don't like this phrase "the press". The Guardian, for I which work, as far as I'm concerned, is capable of self-regulation and we do regulate ourselves quite well. You know, we have all the code you've talked about. We have a reader's editor who is independent, who people can appeal to. We publish corrections in what we think of as the main leader page of the paper. We do regulate ourselves. So the bit of the press that I'm currently working in, we do self-regulate it. I think the tabloid press is incapable of self-regulation.

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