Dominic Crossley, who represented the families of Milly Dowler and Madeleine McCann during the inquiry, spoke of the victims and said:
They want a better and more responsible press because they recognise its value.
They are just a small selection of the hundreds of other people who have been the victims of spears, bullies and attention.
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