Media World: Press Ombudsman: good news but system has a lot to prove

Rapid progress has been made toward setting up a press complaints mechanism, with the Office of the Press Ombudsman to open in November.

18th August, 2007

Rapid progress has been made toward setting up a press complaints mechanism, with the Office of the Press Ombudsman to open in November.

From that time, anyone with a complaint against a newspaper or magazine can seek to have it processed through that office, with the proviso that they have first made an attempt to resolve the issue directly with the paper.

There are clear advantages to members of the public who faced potentially large...

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