Leveson: “Disturbing Questions” and the Daily Mail’s Desperation

17 11 2012

The Leveson Inquiry has made the press extremely uncomfortable.  For once, their own conduct is being subject to investigation and critical scrutiny. To use a well known phrase, they like to dish it out, but they can’t take it.  A number of newspapers regard scrutiny of their own conduct as constitutionally improper – an unjustified interference with the freedom of the press to do what it likes, regardless of the impact on others. Read the rest of this entry »