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Absolutely. And everything I've said really comes with the same general thrust, which is that the overall ownership and control of the Press Council should be more independent and more visibly independent from the owners and the publishers.

I can say a little bit more in general terms about why that is and why we have to be mindful of it. Obviously, there are a range of approaches to appointment of Press Council members. There are a number of countries in which the state or the government does appoint some council members. I am not particularly drawn to that approach. In fact, I think I would go as far as to say I am personally against it.

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