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Munching Mosley spotted Breaking News

Businessman and harsher press regulation supporter Max Mosley spotted reading ‘Breaking News’ in South Kensington

On Monday, Max Mosley was spotted by an eagle eyed reader lunching at Bibendum in South Kensington.

 

Whilst enjoying his meal for one, Mosley – a businessman whose family is one of the main funders of the press regulator IMPRESS – was reading the fascinatingly titled Breaking News: The Remaking of Journalism and Why It Matters Now by the former editor-in-chief of The Guardian Alan Rusbridger.

 

This leaves us with a question: “What next for press regulation?”

 

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2 comments on “Munching Mosley spotted Breaking News”

  1. I think it wrong that this man is funding press regulation. It cannot be correct that one private individual has such power. Press regulation should be done by government in conjunction with other bodies.

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