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Tuesday 19 March 2013 Letters
Hacked Off
Who is to blame for press regulation - campaigners or politicians?

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Letters responding to: Don’t blame Hacked Off for this crisis of liberty, by Brendan O’Neill

A very good article. I think the prominence of Hacked Off is just another example of the politicians ‘outsourcing’ policy to victims groups, probably to give themselves some sort of emotional human shield to introduce more authoritarian policies.

Matthew Okot, Northern Ireland


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