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Opinion divided over government response to Leveson inquiry

Opinion is divided over the government’s official response to the Leveson inquiry, with some calling for tougher legislation and others breathing a sigh of relief.

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Comment: The rights and freedoms the tabloids trample must also be protected

Prateek Buch looks at the reaction to the Leveson Report by the press and politicians, and argues for regulation and against the anti-Leveson rhetoric.

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Balls: Global power of reporting can be “bigger than the truth”

Shadow chancellor Ed Balls, speaking at the Journalists’ Charity annual lunch today, said: “The global power of reporting these days can sometimes be bigger than the truth.”

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