Scottish press should be controlled by regulator
The Scottish press should be controlled by a new regulator underpinned by law even if the media in the rest of the UK is not, according to an independent report.
A panel appointed by Alex Salmond to consider how Lord Leveson’s recommendation might apply in Scotland concluded a voluntary code was unlikely to work.
Last night opposition leaders blasted the report as an attempt to shackle the press.
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