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Economist Latest To Protest Press Regulation

It is becoming increasingly likely that large sections of the British press could stay out of the statute-backed press regulator agreed by MPs this week. The Economist has joined the growing list of titles opposing the Government’s proposed statute-backed regulator. The New Statesman and Spectator and have said they do not plan to join a regulator underpinned by the proposed Royal Charter and Private Eye editor Ian Hislop has also indicated that he is likely to continue his boycott of press regulation.

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