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Leveson report: Newspapers reject press royal charter

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Leveson report: Newspapers reject press royal charter

Post by Guest on 25.04.13 13:31

Putting this in here for now........



25 April 2013 Last updated at 13:20

Leveson report: Newspapers reject press royal charter

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-22294722



Old Holborn‏@Old_Holborn15m
Newspapers refuse to be regulated by Max Mosely and Hugh Grant shocker #Leveson


Old Holborn‏@Old_Holborn19m
St Hugh of Grant is going to be FURIOUS #Leveson


Les Hinton‏@leshinton1m
NI puts its case on video. Looks like a very well coordinated response across Fleet Street http://newsint.co.uk/2013/04/25/royal-charter/#Leveson"
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Re: Leveson report: Newspapers reject press royal charter

Post by Guest on 25.04.13 13:35

Jack of Kent‏@JackofKent15mYet another setback for implementation of half-baked #Leveson proposals. http://bit.ly/ZmL4Nr


Brian 'Duck' Duckett‏@ukipDUCKETT18m
@DavidWooding: Hacked Off have effectively been told to **** Off by almost every newspaper in the land. #Leveson” Bravo!!

Peter Mannion 'MP'‏@PeterMannionMP9m
All that late night pepperoni pizza (Conservatives), KitKats (LibDems), and fruit salad (Labour) all for nought? #leveson
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Re: Leveson report: Newspapers reject press royal charter

Post by plebgate on 25.04.13 15:04

Thanks for the post. About time we heard something like this.

Those nasty orrible papers and the vile internet haters just wont do as they are told. Oh dear.

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Post by aiyoyo on 25.04.13 16:54

So the Press Industry is going to regulate themselves - should be interesting!
I bet some right wing politicians are dead chuffed Hacked Off hasn't won the war.

So no going to holiday in Greece "to discuss the possibility of a future relationship" then between Hacked Off and the Press Industry!
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Post by celtclogs on 25.04.13 17:34

Well that is GOOD NEWS now for the fun
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Post by margaret on 25.04.13 20:16

Awwwwwwww boo hoo Mr
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Re: Leveson report: Newspapers reject press royal charter

Post by plebgate on 26.04.13 10:13

No wonder the politicians want to shut everyone up

http://order-order.com/2013/04/25/nice-work-if-you-can-get-it-2/

That darn internet bout time the wires were cut.

I don't know - the politicians are so overworked they need another payrise and more holidays.


UBELIEVABLE.

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