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Section 40 scrapped, support for BBC World Service and three comms campaigns feature in Conservative manifesto

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Posted 18 May 2017, 7.22am edt

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The Conservative Party manifesto has pledged to scrap 'flawed' plans for new rules on press regulation, pledged support for the BBC World Service and trailed three comms campaigns.


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