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Times apology letter enough to remedy IPSO complaint over claims its journalist intruded into man's grief

From Press Gazette
Posted 21 April 2017, 5.59am edt

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The Times sent a private letter of apology to a man after he complained one of its journalists had intruded into his grief and privacy when she approached him for comment following the death of his friend. Simon Frew complained to the Independent P...


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