Public Backs Independent Royal Charter Proposal

More bad news for Maria Miller. A poll for Survation has found that the public back the press’ independent Royal Charter proposals over the government’s proposal, by a distance. The cross-party Royal Charter crucially gives politicians the power to change the system of press regulation in the future. 67% oppose this and back the independent Royal Charter’s alternative. Just 16% agree with Miller’s position. Survation also found that 76% believe any Royal Charter should be subject to a public consultation, something she has so far refused. Overwhelming…




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