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

Mr Heawood, we're going to come to this. Let me just pick out one theme. You talk about empowerment of the individual. You also say, in the penultimate paragraph, 53718, that the press has a voice which is collectively more powerful than the sum of its readers or users. Might it be said that that is an argument for the need to regulate the press more, owing to its power?

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