TALK OF THE TRADE : More complaints for Wakeham
Tuesday 07 March 1995
The Association of British Editors (ABE), in its newsletter, points to its "parlous state of flux", and continuing controversy about Sir Bernard Ingham's possible appointment. It calls for wider consultation about who joins the body with groups such as the National Union of Journalists, the Institute of Journalists and, of course, the ABE.
Lord Wakeham was picked to fight off any attempt to introduce a broad privacy law, because of his links with government and his belief in self- regulation. It now appears that the Government has backed down from publishing a privacy White Paper. That drink in the Last Chance Saloon has lasted a long time.
- 1 To help fuel their propaganda machine against the poor, our government has now decided to redefine the word 'welfare'
- 2 Tower Bridge glass walkway 'smashed' by night-time visitor dropping bottle of beer
- 3 Anti-gay hate preacher accidentally tweets 4,000 followers cartoon clip of him 'confessing' to be a 'homosexual sodomite'
- 4 Woman opens professional cuddling shop – gets 10,000 customers in first week
- 5 Grayson Perry: London needs affordable housing because 'rich people don't create culture'
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