Mosley: 'Family's money funds press regulator'
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Mosley: 'Family's money funds press regulator, Impress'

Impress, the first officially recognised UK press regulator, is funded from his "family money" according to its backer, Max Mosley.

Mr Mosley, the son of 1930s fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley, said that the issue of the funding was "irrelevant" as it was impossible for him to have any influence over the regulator.

  • 15 Jan 2017
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