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Levesen Inquiry, as expected

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The Levesen report has been subject to so much discussion in the media over the last few months that really the result was expected. The main recommendation was a new regulatory body backed by a legislative framework that would give it powers to impose new sanctions on newspapers. One aspect I would like to focus on is the ‘balls’ test that I think David Cameron has failed in the initial aftermath and reaction to the report.

Let me explain my ‘balls’ test. In every job and walk of life people are eventually presented with a scenario that offers them two choices. Do they do what’s right for them or do they do what’s right for the greater good. If you have ‘balls’ then you take the latter option. Unfortunately most people take the former, but with a publicly elected figure it is even more obvious when they take the selfish…

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