The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

I think we have the Irish one somewhere, and that's pretty straightforward. And also research seems to indicate that people have a fairly clear understanding of what is meant when you use the phrase "public interest", and I think it needs to be -- I think the trouble with number 3 is that it will be very easy to suggest that a footballer who has been caught out having an affair has been misled by trying to create a false image of himself as being a good bloke.

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