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  • Why it is wrong to regulate freedom of expression by statute

    “It is the birthright of the citizen that the press should be independent … And that is why, if you accept it as I do, the independence of the press not only a constitutional necessity, it is a constitutional principle”

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  • Why it is wrong to regulate freedom of expression by statute

    “It is the birthright of the citizen that the press should be independent … And that is why, if you accept it as I do, the independence of the press not only a constitutional necessity, it is a constitutional principle”

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    Responsibility without Power : Lord Justice Leveson’s constitutional dilemma

    As Britain awaits recommendations from the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practice and ethics of the press, newspapers anticipate a moment that will define for the future the appropriate relationship between free speech and accountable government.

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    Tough. Independent And Free. : A new system of regulation for newspapers, magazines and internet news providers

    The newspaper and magazine publishing industry is proposing to establish a new system of tough, independent self regulation for the press.

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    PRESS RELEASE: Leveson legislation 'the most substantial threat to British press freedom in the modern era'

    'Our liberty cannot be guarded but by the freedom of the press, nor that be limited without danger of losing it.'

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