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charter. A Labour source accused the Conservatives of trying to save face, insisting: "This is not a little bit of statute, this is not a dab of statute, this is statute pure and simple. " Senior Conservative Oliver Letwin led the talks with Mr Miliband, shadow culture secretary Harriet Harman and Mr Clegg, with a Hacked Off representative present. A bitter dispute was spreading at Westminster over who drafted the key compromise clause. Responding to the deal, Hacked Off said: "Talks have made encouraging progress. Brian Cathcart attended the talks with Hacked Off's chairman Hugh Tomlinson, QC, associate director and former Lib Dem MP Evan Harris and Martin Moore an Adidas Superstar Navy Blue Suede
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on freedom of expression and freedom of speech and a free press. "Boris Johnson also voiced caution. , saying: "The Prime Minister was absolutely right last week to fight against any kind of statutory control of the media. He has this morning assured me that this isn't statutory regulation, and that it in no way allows politicians the opportunity to interfere with a free press. I very much hope that is true.
"London has benefited hugely from a free press and it is our tradition of investigative journalism that keeps politics and business much cleaner than elsewhere in the world. Anything that threatens that freedom should be strongly resisted. " Kirsty Hughes, chief executive of the Index on Censorship, called the deal a "sad day for press freedom in the UK". Last week, Mr Cameron ended cross party talks on a Leveson deal and vowed to put his proposals for a royal charter to the Adidas Superstar Purple White vote today. H.
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adviser to the campaign. Mr Cameron, who was up beyond 3am as the deal was being negotiated, was this afternoon addressing Conservative MPs about it amid signs that some of his backbenchers could oppose it.