Free media policies have costs and disadvantages and egregious episodes. But that’s how freedom works. Deal with it
Cameron actually gets it. A free press must be defended, if anything against public hypocrisy
With Cameron putting the cat among the pigeons with his referendum promise, it is vital that we keep EU-hands off the press
What is it about the whole Leveson exercise that is so...disturbing?
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We are the people of this country; we are the bosses. And it is really about time politicians start acting with this in mind
Mr. Cameron must stick to his guns and kick these unreasonable, undemocratic, and ultimately unworkable proposals into touch
In effect, Leveson is attempting to regulate a dying industry while the internet is universally acknowledged as impossible to regulate
Read the full Leveson report here
Lord Justice Leveson's recommendations should be rejected if they contain even one iota of statutory regulation of the press
PMQs started with some words about flooding but with the floodgates of Leveson held at bay for twenty four hours, other matters came into play, writes Harry Cole.
Prolific blogger Paul Staines aka Guido Fawkes tells all about his involvement with the Leveson Inquiry, Operation Motorman and Piers Morgan
Whilst it should be the role of the media to expose individual misdeeds by the now relatively rare form of investigative journalism, it must be the role of leaders, legislators and prosecutors to address the heart of the problem
The Deputy Prime Minster destroyed his Labour opponent whilst stepping in for an absent Prime Minister, but the praise could not last forever writes Harry Cole
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