Read this: The Real Whittingdale Scandal: Cover up by the Press
Summary: By the time The Independent began investigating the reasons why the Whittingdale-King story had never been published, despite being known to at least three national newspaper groups, the relationship had ended and Whittingdale was now inside the cabinet. By stalling indeterminately a critical element of the law passed by parliament in 2013, related to the imposition of costs penalties on newspapers who fail to join a charter-approved regulator, Whittingdale effectively gave himself an unfettered executive power over the press. - www.byline.comwww.byline.comThe Real Whittingdale Scandal: Cover up …
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