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

-- you'll recall I said a few minutes ago, when we were talking about governance, the important thing that the people who come in to sit on the board of the regulator, wherever they have come from, come and exercise that role with commitment to the public purposes of the regulator.

So in challenging, I suppose, the proposition that everybody is going to bring an agenda into this future press regulator which they are somehow incapable of leaving at the door, I would say that is an important -- a very important point for the future chairman of this regulator to have regard to, that -- I completely see your point. One doesn't want to be naive about this, but people who take on serious roles in public life have to know that they do so in the full knowledge that they are not going to be acting in a sectional way in so doing.

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