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What Now For UK Press Regulation?

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What Now For UK Press Regulation?
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It was meant to end an era of newspapers making headlines for the wrong reasons. The Leveson inquiry - named after the senior judge heading it - took eighteen months to complete. At a cost of nearly £6 million. With nine months of hearings - involving heads of government, media tycoons and a string of celebrities. And the heart-wrenching testimony of parents of crime victims - who became victims themselves thanks to the phone hacking techniques of an unregulated press.moreless
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