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

No, I accept that is the case, but no, that would be understandably a cause for concern. But looking at the wider picture as well, if we're looking at the broader issues of contact between press and police in this country, there is no right to information in this country, you know, as a right we have, for example, no access to police disciplinary hearings. There are a lot of things about the police that we can't report. So in order to restrict that flow of information further I would suggest is a worrying trend for the way that we hold police forces in this country to account.

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