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

But where -- readers are not as obsessed as we are about our own business. I often get attacked -- well, I have in the past but I take responsibility for that because I don't, as a habit, give interviews, but I think we tend to write too much about ourselves.

If we're talking about impropriety, if we're talking about wrongdoing, then I have no doubt that would be exposed in a very healthy way by the media, and journalism -- some people would argue it's a trade or a -- I'd say it's a real profession. It's become quite onerous in many ways, but in terms of reporting on wrongdoing within our industry, that would be done without fear or favour.

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