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

I think all that they could really have done -- well, I suppose, have a structure that means that the press are more likely to comply with those code provisions which would be to my mind some sort of commercial incentive or fines, or something along those lines, that means -- because part of this, as one can see, there is a certain degree of competition amongst the media to get the story, to get the photograph, and there seems to me a lack of a consideration from the individual media as to whether they themselves are doing the right thing or whether just because someone else has published a photograph or just because a photograph is available it gives them a right or a get-out in publishing it themselves.

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