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

That's certainly a possibility, but I'm not saying it's -- you know, every page of every newspaper is constantly following an agenda, but there are certain stories where they will think: "What do we want to read when this story comes up?" Look at the coverage of this Inquiry. If you read it fairly closely, you look at the papers and you think: "Why have they missed out the bits that were critical of them?" Is that being in tune with the readers, or is that because the editor is embarrassed or because the proprietor doesn't want to read it?

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