The British press are currently relying on two topics for slow news days
; the first is the Leveson Inquiry
into UK press culture, practice and ethics; the other is the size of bankers’ bonus payments.
Triggered by claims the News of the World newspaper used mobile phone hacking to gain private information, the Leveson Inquiry is posing the question of when information is considered private, or when it is in the public interests and therefore justifies reporting upon.
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