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

I think there's a whole sliding scale of how much was wrong, the size of the error. To make a very blunt instrument of that was the splash therefore it should be on front I think would be something that I would be very concerned about. I think a regular place where people know and come, and we have that and a lot of newspapers do now, where there are corrections, is a good method because it does -- it puts them all together. Some days you look like you've made a hell of a lot of mistakes and that's not a good thing to happen, but the practicalities of same place, same prominence, I think, are a problem.

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