Journalists tend to think their opinion of events is important to everyone. But the truth is that it is the events themselves that are important; what journalists think about them is often only of interest to other journalists.
However, navel-gazing in the profession has increased exponentially following the publication of the Leveson Inquiry's report on the 'culture, practices and ethics of the press' in Britain, with even the Financial Times running front page stories about...
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