Salmond 'ready' for press reform

Salmond 'ready' for press reform

Dublin : Ireland | Nov 28, 2012 at 2:17 AM PST
Source: BBC
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The judge's report into media ethics is due to be published on Thursday. The first minister said he was against state regulation but would like to see an enhanced press council, based on the system operating in Ireland. Under that set up, an ombudsman could pursue complaints on behalf of aggrieved individuals... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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