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And sanctions, yes, ultimately. I mean, again, it comes back to an earlier point that if this body makes judgments about specific pieces of journalism and judges them to have broken not only the law, but more importantly in this instance its code, what's the point of having these judgments unless they're backed up by sanctions?

One of the sanctions that was mentioned this morning, by the way, I thought was a remarkably good one, and that was forcing newspapers which have been found to have erred against the new bodies, the code, to have adjudications about those papers published in other papers. That would hurt.

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