British papers propose alternative regulatory model

Three publishers of British newspapers have put forward proposals for a Royal Charter as an alternative to the new press watchdog planned by the government.

25th April, 2013
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Three publishers of British newspapers have put forward proposals for a Royal Charter as an alternative to the new press watchdog planned by the government.

They say their system will deliver a tough new regulator for the press that will be independent of judges and politicians.

In a statement on its website, News International said the company and its titles were supporting the initiative.

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