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Media freedom campaigners welcome Tory plan to repeal Section 40 but Hacked Off condemns 'betrayal' of press victims

From Press Gazette
Posted 19 May 2017, 3.20am edt

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Tory plans to repeal Section 40 and scrap Leveson part two have been welcomed by press freedom campaigners but condemned as a “betrayal” by campaign group Hacked Off. The Conservative general election manifesto said that inquiry into phon...


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