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

Yes. There's responsibility too, though, for closer control in newsrooms and in news organisations on how journalists approach those relationships and how they work. I think we've found ourselves here through an absence of perhaps control, perhaps concern, perhaps belief in the faith that a newspaper owes not only the police and politicians and the system and democracy, but its readers. You know, it's quite clear we're in a bad place now in some sections of the media, but I still think a lot of that, you know, the media has to blame itself for and take responsibility for.

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