David Wooding
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Leveson Inquiry and the image of British journalists

Tabloid newspapers have taken a hammering at the Leveson inquiry, some reporters involved in hacking have put their side but that has annoyed other journalists who have not been accused of any wrong-doing.

Giles Dilnot looked at the evidence from reporters Paul McMullan and Richard Peppiatt as well as Tony Blair's Director of Communications Alastair Campbell, before talking to ex-News of the World political editor David Wooding and former Culture Secretary Ben Bradshaw.


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  • 08 Dec 2011
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