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

But actually, Lord Justice Leveson, I am concerned that journalists would be able to walk into the offices of a politician or a minister and be able to lobby their own commercial causes, or their own interests. I think that when people like me go into the offices of -- walk down Downing Street or walk into the palace of Westminster, we are there representing our readers, and we should be there pursuing politicians to justify what they're doing, to question them, not to be making the case in the best interests of our newspaper.

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