I still don't quite follow it. The persons point is only relevant to cross-media mergers, section 58(2)C. Parliament has decided when we're looking at newspaper mergers we're not interested in number of persons; we're interested in sufficient plurality of views, which I think precisely addresses the concern you're making. That's why Parliament has expressed itself in that way.
But in any event, my question was: what is the conflict between the sufficient plurality of views criterion and the accurate presentation of news and free expression of opinion criteria? There isn't any, is there?