Neil Wallis: Press law proposals 'revenge' for expenses scandal

Former executive editor of the New of the World New Wallis taking part in the web chat Credit: Channel 4

The former executive editor of the New of the World Neil Wallis has said that some politicians support legislation on press regulation as "revenge after the [MP] expenses scandal".

He was the British press was being "neutered".

He made his comment in a web discussion entitled 'After Leveson, what next for the media?' You can watch is live now on the Channel 4 website.


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