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Daily Telegraph
The value of our threatened free press is the real Sam Allardyce exposéSome 67 journalists were arrested, of whom 10 were found guilty and sentenced f
The value of our threatened free press is the real Sam Allardyce exposé
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Some 67 journalists were arrested, of whom 10 were found guilty and sentenced for an average of eight months. During the Leveson-era witch hunts, a new crime was drawn out of thin air: that it was somehow illegal for investigative journalists to... Read more
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The New Statesman
Meet the man forcing the Government to reveal its plans for BrexitTelegraph publishing a story about expenses claimed by the then culture secreta
Meet the man forcing the Government to reveal its plans for Brexit
The New Statesman / Posted 2 days ago
Telegraph publishing a story about expenses claimed by the then culture secretary, Maria Miller, using her links to the Leveson inquiry as leverage – an accusation that Downing Street denied. Nevertheless, he became indispensable to Cameron, one... Read more
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Evening Standard
The policing legacy of Bernard Hogan-Howesuccesses” are very real. Inevitably there have been trickier aspects of his t
The policing legacy of Bernard Hogan-Howe
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
successes” are very real. Inevitably there have been trickier aspects of his tenure, including his over-reaction to the Leveson Inquiry — the shutdown of contacts between police and journalists as a result of some abuses has been negative in its... Read more
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holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Ex-editor defends Daily Telegraph's Sam Allardyce stingAssociation for personal gain. He added: “On the face of it, this falls within
Ex-editor defends Daily Telegraph's Sam Allardyce sting
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 2 days ago
Association for personal gain. He added: “On the face of it, this falls within the industry guidelines laid down after the Leveson Inquiry by Ipso. Fishing expeditions, such as the abhorrent and illegal use of phone hacking by journalists at the... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Child sex abuse probe lawyer read about his suspension on the internetfuture child protection." Tory MP James Berry, who sits on the Home Affairs Se
Child sex abuse probe lawyer read about his suspension on the internet
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
future child protection." Tory MP James Berry, who sits on the Home Affairs Select Committee and was a barrister in the Leveson Inquiry, told Today another experienced and intelligent lawyer can be found to assist the inquiry. He said: "The... Read more
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News.com.au
Australia’s most drool-worthy abodesAUSTRALIAN architect Nick Tobias and his co-hosts, interior designers Gillian K
Australia’s most drool-worthy abodes
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
AUSTRALIAN architect Nick Tobias and his co-hosts, interior designers Gillian Khaw and Tim Leveson, are traversing the country in search of our most impressive place to live. But while episode one of Foxtel’s new series, I Own Australia’s Best Home,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Aberfan tragedy 50 years on: a novel about Fleet Street insult being added to injuryUK government department that administered Wales before devolution – and a prob
Aberfan tragedy 50 years on: a novel about Fleet Street insult being added to injury
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
UK government department that administered Wales before devolution – and a problem with the press. This was 2012, so the Leveson Inquiry into the ethical breakdown of the British press was on in the background: it fascinated me. I set my other... Read more
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Law Society Gazette
Transforming Justice: Digital courts get green light in £1bn initiativedigital processes in every court and tribunal in England and Wales. Advertisem
Transforming Justice: Digital courts get green light in £1bn initiative
Law Society Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
digital processes in every court and tribunal in England and Wales. Advertisement The programme will build upon Sir Brian Leveson's review of efficiency in criminal proceedings, published in January last year. Leveson called for the introduction... Read more
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Law Society Gazette
Digital courts get green light in £1bn initiativeout plans for digital processes in every court and tribunal in England and Wale
Digital courts get green light in £1bn initiative
Law Society Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
out plans for digital processes in every court and tribunal in England and Wales. The programme will build upon Sir Brian Leveson's review of efficiency in criminal proceedings, published in January last year. Leveson called for the introduction... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Hacking scandal tabloid's editor and lawyer found in contempt of Parliamentscale illegality at the News of the World". Dr Harris called on ministers to p
Hacking scandal tabloid's editor and lawyer found in contempt of Parliament
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 17 days ago
scale illegality at the News of the World". Dr Harris called on ministers to press ahead with the second part of the Leveson Inquiry, which was ordered to investigate the "extent of unlawful or improper conduct within News International" but... Read more
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Reuters
Former Murdoch executives misled UK parliament over phone-hacking, lawmakers sayFormer News of the World Editor Colin Myler arrives to give evidence at the Lev
Former Murdoch executives misled UK parliament over phone-hacking, lawmakers say
Reuters / Posted 17 days ago
Former News of the World Editor Colin Myler arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry into media practices at the High Court in central London December 14, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett A still image from broadcast footage shows former News... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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West Moreland Gazette
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Kingston Guardian
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Kingston Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Oxford Mail
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Press watchdog IPSO branded 'toothless' by MPsbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
Press watchdog IPSO branded 'toothless' by MPs
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Bury Times
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Bury Times / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Gazette
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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guardian-series
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
guardian-series / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Greenock Telegraph
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Harrow Times
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Harrow Times / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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This is West Country
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
This is West Country / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
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Gazette News
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Gazette News / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Bolton News
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Bolton News / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Belfast Telegraph
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Wandsworth Guardian
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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North-West Evening Mail
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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EveningTimes Online
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
EveningTimes Online / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Croydon Guardian
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairmanbefore the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ips
'Toothless' press watchdog Ipso not delivering in key areas, MPs tell chairman
Croydon Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
before the Commons Culture, Media, and Sport Committee. MPs questioned why Ipso, which was set up in the wake of the Leveson Inquiry in September 2014, had not fined any newspaper found to be in breach of standards rules, or demanded equal... Read more
21 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide casesare looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like w
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide cases
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 19 days ago
are looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like weighting a person's life," said Mark Leveson, whose son Matthew disappeared, and was believed murdered, in 2007. The announcement on Monday of a $1 million... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide casesare looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like w
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide cases
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 days ago
are looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like weighting a person's life," said Mark Leveson, whose son Matthew disappeared, and was believed murdered, in 2007. The announcement on Monday of a $1 million... Read more
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The Young Witness
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide casesare looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like w
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide cases
The Young Witness / Posted 19 days ago
are looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like weighting a person's life," said Mark Leveson, whose son Matthew disappeared, and was believed murdered, in 2007. The announcement on Monday of a $1 million... Read more
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Western Advocate
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide casesare looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like w
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide cases
Western Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
are looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like weighting a person's life," said Mark Leveson, whose son Matthew disappeared, and was believed murdered, in 2007. The announcement on Monday of a $1 million... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide casesare looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like w
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide cases
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 days ago
are looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like weighting a person's life," said Mark Leveson, whose son Matthew disappeared, and was believed murdered, in 2007. The announcement on Monday of a $1 million... Read more
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The Border Mail
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide casesare looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like w
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide cases
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
are looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like weighting a person's life," said Mark Leveson, whose son Matthew disappeared, and was believed murdered, in 2007. The announcement on Monday of a $1 million... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide casesare looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like w
Families push for reward uniformity in unsolved homicide cases
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
are looking to see uniformity because right now it's arbitrary ... it is like weighting a person's life," said Mark Leveson, whose son Matthew disappeared, and was believed murdered, in 2007. Matthew Leveson's parents, Faye and Mark... Read more
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walesonline
Charlotte Church's been getting all political againside of the coin and into self-preservation. "That's not my bag." Read More
Charlotte Church's been getting all political again
walesonline / Posted 23 days ago
side of the coin and into self-preservation. "That's not my bag." Read More Church was one of the contributors to the Leveson inquiry into press standards after persistent phone-hacking during her teen years. Bishop tackled her on life since... Read more
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heraldscotland
Culture Secretary denies Leveson Inquiry has been 'kicked into the long grass'nor forcing newspapers to pay court costs in libel and privacy cases, whether t
Culture Secretary denies Leveson Inquiry has been 'kicked into the long grass'
heraldscotland / Posted 23 days ago
nor forcing newspapers to pay court costs in libel and privacy cases, whether they win or lose, if they are not part of a Leveson-compliant regulator. Section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013 has yet to be implemented, much to the frustration... Read more
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heraldscotland
Man jailed for shaking baby son loses bid to clear his nametaking three months to consider the case, top judges returned to court to dismi
Man jailed for shaking baby son loses bid to clear his name
heraldscotland / Posted 23 days ago
taking three months to consider the case, top judges returned to court to dismiss Young’s conviction appeal. Sir Brian Leveson said Young had admitted shaking Michael, who was found with numerous fractures and pleaded guilty on the basis of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
An Elle of a businessof the claims cannot be tested. However, Field has told her story many times, i
An Elle of a business
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
of the claims cannot be tested. However, Field has told her story many times, including in sworn testimony to the recent Leveson Inquiry into the UK press, and it has never been publicly challenged. Lord Brian Leveson himself commented "all one... Read more

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