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I think what has happened is that these are kind of vegetative processes which have developed over a long time. You can almost argue that they've developed for the whole lifetime of the modern British press, which we can really date to the end of the 19th century, and again here I would refer you to the work of people like James Curran. And of course there have, as I'm sure you're aware, been attempts to examine the British press. We've had three Royal Commissions on the press, which were mentioned this morning, and we've also had the Colcutt committees as well.

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