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Press anger at regulation deal

The Financial Times has become the latest newspaper to oppose the all-party endorsed press regulation proposals. The FT joins an opposition press group that includes The Times, The Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Mail.

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Lord Prescott on The Agenda with Tom Bradby

Lord Prescott won £40,000 damages from the News of the World's publishers after his phone was hacked Credit: PA Wire

Former deputy prime minister and hacking victim Lord Prescott, Spectator magazine editor Fraser Nelson, Fleet Street Fox blogger and journalist Susie Boniface and broadcaster Mariella Frostrup will be giving their reaction to the cross-party deal on press regulation on The Agenda with Tom Bradby.

The show is on ITV at 10.35 tonight.

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