The Daily Telegraph has said the cross-party deal on press regulation "deserves careful consideration."
The near unanimity in Parliament yesterday in support of the new approach was a powerful indication of how far the press needs to move in order to restore faith in its regulatory structure.
The three party leaders urged the newspaper industry to endorse the new dispensation as quickly as possible. However, after 318 years of a free press, its detail deserves careful consideration.
It also says that the Prime Minister should admit the plans do involve legislation:
So for all Mr Cameron’s protestations, the distinction between his proposed regime and statutory regulation is a semantic one.
As Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, observed, the solution involves a mixture of Royal Charter and statute.
David Cameron has insisted a cross-party agreement for a new system of press regulation protects the principle of the free press.
Labour says this is just the sort of legal under-pinning they were looking for but the Conservatives say that no such press law will exist.
Is there a chance tomorrow's Commons' votes on press regulation may not go ahead? Could there be agreement between the parties after all?