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Press Freedom, Leveson, GCHQ and the Mad Hatter's Tea Party.
The press defended PIs from regulation, then turned around and asked why they hadn't been regulated.
Was ours "a free and open marketplace of information"? Not even close, says Martin Moore of the Media Standards Trust.
The ways in which the Government has altered Lord Leveson's recommendations is telling.
The government's secret political manoeuvres to create an alternative to Leveson undermine any claims they might have had to upholding the "Leveson principles".
Beyond the celebrities and politicians, there are ordinary people who often find themselves in the glare of the media through no fault of their own.