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

And I would say that it has to be sufficiently robust, but in the event that in a decade's time you had an incident along the lines of the BBC's reporting of the run-up to war in Iraq but it happened not to be the BBC but a bunch of newspapers, I would be very concerned that politicians would react to that reporting by saying, "We have the Leveson Act on statute and we're now going to make a number of amendments to make sure that this kind of thing can't happen again."

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