Former chief reporter of the News of the World Neville Thurlbeck has said that the Leveson Inquiry should be "the spark that ignites a tabloid revolution".
Writing on his own blog, Thurlbeck said today: "Without radical reform, tabloid newspapers will slowly fade from any meaningful prominence in our lives."
Thurlbeck was arrested in April last year on suspicion of involvement in phone-hacking and was released on police bail without charge. In September last year he was sacked by News International.
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