'Truly without parallel' local press singled out for praise in the Leveson Report
REGIONAL newspapers have received praise following the Leveson inquiry into the newspaper industry.
In his inquiry report, Lord Justice Leveson singled out the local press for praise, saying its contribution to local life was "truly without parallel".
He said that while complaints about accuracy and other issues were made about regional titles, the criticisms of the press culture raised at the inquiry did not affect them.
His report said: "In relation to regional and local newspapers, I do not make a specific recommendation but I suggest the Government should look urgently at what action it might be able to take to help safeguard the ongoing viability of this much-valued and important part of the British press. It is clear to me that local, high-quality and trusted newspapers are good for our communities."
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