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

Certainly, yes. I think, like I said before, the decision about whether this is in the public interest becomes first. There is a rigorous and strong debate. Lawyers may well be involved as well. If an issue needed a journalist to pretend so be somebody other than a journalist, that would only be sanctioned by myself, there have been, you know, two or three cases, certainly one recent case that I can think of, in which we sanctioned that, because the public interest, in my view, made it necessary.

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