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Press Regulation – Newspaper Groups fight back for Freedom!

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Press regulation and well done to the Newspapers for heeding the advice of ‘Its just life’ and banding together to reject the Labour and Lib Dem stitch up on press regulation designed to protect a future left-wing administration and make political control of the press a potential reality.

Miliband and Clegg drew Cameron into a trap and gave him no option but to agree to their version of Press Regulation, Cameron just did not have enough votes in parliament!

press regulationThe Press Regulation trap set by Miliband and Clegg was one Cameron tried to avoid by sending Oliver Letwin, a potential defeat in parliament was being painted as an embarrassing defeat by the media but would it have been?

I think Cameron ought to have called their bluff and forced a vote in parliament, he would have lost but the defeat could quite easily have been seen as an honourable defeat on the side of freedom and apart from papers like the Mirror it would have been very difficult for the Newspapers not to support Cameron at the next general election. 

Read the article from ‘Its just life’ urging the press to take this current action:
Press regulation we urge the press to reject the current proposals!

David Cameron missed a major opportunity to distance himself from the Lib Dem’s and put himself and the Conservative Party firmly on the side of Freedom and Democracy which are in severe danger if the current press regulations come into force, particularly if we have a Labour or Labour/Lib Dem government, 2015 could be the last free and democratic elections in this country, unless we are very, very careful!

Read the articles below for further information about the new press proposals on press regulation, if you have found this article interesting, agree or disagree, make your views known, COMMENT BELOW, why not LIKE us on the ‘Its just life’ FACEBOOK page

 

 

UK newspapers reject press-regulation plans – Aljazeera.com

http://news.google.comThu, 25 Apr 2013 16:42:21 GMT

Aljazeera.comUK newspapers reject press-regulation plansAljazeera.comThe Newspaper Society, a body which represents several national and local titles and had argued the government’s plans could imperil press freedom, announced on Thursday they had re …

 

 

 

 

David Cameron’s dilemma over rival press regulation plan – The Guardian

http://news.google.comThu, 25 Apr 2013 19:48:55 GMT

The GuardianDavid Cameron’s dilemma over rival press regulation planThe GuardianDavid Cameron is facing an acute political dilemma after the majority of the newspaper industry, made up of five of the country’s largest press groups, rejected cross-par …

 

 

 

 The key to a fair and free press is the difference between two Royal Charters … – Mirror.co.uk

http://news.google.comFri, 26 Apr 2013 13:49:25 GMT

The key to a fair and free press is the difference between two Royal Charters …Mirror.co.ukIt would embody the “voluntary independent self-regulation” desired by Lord Leveson’s inquiry without risking political interference by MPs. The other Charte …

 

 

The key to a fair and free press is the difference between two Royal Charters … – Mirror.co.uk

http://news.google.comFri, 26 Apr 2013 13:49:25 GMT

The key to a fair and free press is the difference between two Royal Charters …Mirror.co.ukIt would embody the “voluntary independent self-regulation” desired by Lord Leveson’s inquiry without risking political interference by MPs. The other Charte …

 

 

 

Press regulation: three newspaper groups launch rival royal charter – The Guardian

http://news.google.comThu, 25 Apr 2013 12:19:41 GMT

 

 

 

 

 

Striving to protect a free local press – shropshirestar.com

http://news.google.comWed, 24 Apr 2013 18:07:16 GMT

Striving to protect a free local pressshropshirestar.comIts director David Newell said: “Any approved regulator under the Charter would be required to comply with the 23 recognition criteria agreed by the three party leaders in consultation with Hack …

The GuardianPress regulation: three newspaper groups launch rival royal charterThe GuardianThe independence of the new regulatory authority however could be questioned by Hacked Off, the group lobbying for stricter press regulation, and the Labour pa ..

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