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

I think it was an idea whose time had come. There was growing criticism of papers that they buried apologies. It's not a criticism I accept. Our policy, by and large, was always to carry the correction on the page that the article occurred. That was more and more becoming the policy of the PCC, where newspapers had to agree with the director the placings of adjudications, and it seemed to me to have a regular slot in the paper where people could see where the mistakes had been made had great virtue. It's not a page in the paper; it's page 2, as you perhaps know.

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