8 March, 2021

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Leveson Report Calls For New Press Law

• Inquiry recommends new regulator with statutory backstop
• McCanns and Dowlers had ‘devastating’ experiences
• Hunt gave a ‘perception of bias’ in contacts with News Corp
• Met criticised for failing to re-investigate hacking

“Lord Justice Leveson has recommended the introduction of the first press law in Britain since the 17th century – proposing that a statutory body such as Ofcom should take responsibility for monitoring an overhauled Press Complaints Commission.” the Guardian reports. Read more

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    This is what most Brits have been waiting for Hooray!
    CT won’t be able to hide from EU/UK law with an American e-mail address while operating within the EU.I dont really know which refugee has ever spoken the truth, journalist I doubt it seeing what the British public had to go through.
    The legal draftsman would take an year or so until then folks be careful you are playing with mafia art to say the least.

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