A FREE & REGULATED PRESS: THE CASE FOR COMPULSORY PRESS REGULATION

by Paul Wragg, School of Law, University of Leeds and co-host of @medialawpodcast In a newly published book, A Free and Regulated Press, I ask: why are newspapers not regulated on a compulsory basis, as broadcasters are? There are several pragmatic reasons, of course, but what, if any, are the principled reasons? Back in 2011/12, Lord Justice … Continue reading A FREE & REGULATED PRESS: THE CASE FOR COMPULSORY PRESS REGULATION