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

Oh yes. Yes, quite frequently. If -- very often I will uphold a complaint in spite of the fact that the newspaper has made what it thinks is a pretty substantial offer. But if the newspaper -- if the newspaper offer has been accepted by the complainant, I don't really have a function beyond ratifying that. It would not be in my interests to say that I refuse to accept this solution in spite of the fact that it has been agreed by the parties. I think that would be a bit over the top.

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