COMMENT & ANALYSIS; Politics, Comment and Analysis, Edited by David James

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COMMENT & ANALYSIS; Politics, Comment and Analysis, Edited by David James


Write to: Letters editor, Wales on Sunday, Media Wales Ltd, Six Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR.

Please include your name and address, even when not for publication E-mail: wosmail@walesonline.co.uk Fax: 029 2058 3725 Text: Text WOSTEXT followed by your comment and send to 86633. Calls cost 25p WHO WE ARE CUSTOMER SERVICES ENQUIRIES WHO WE ARE Wales on Sunday, Media Wales, Six Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR Tel: 029 2024 3600; fax 029 2024 3640 E-mail: newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Website: WalesOnline.co.uk Editor: Simon Farrington 029 2024 3674/5 Sport: Paul Abbandonato 029 2024 3703 Competitions: Victoria Gladwin 029 2024 4313 Photosales: 029 2024 4330 Newspaper Sales: 029 2024 4370 Private Advertising: 029 2022 2444 Business Advertising: 029 2024 4100 National Advertising: 029 2024 4254 Library: 029 2024 3689 Wales on Sunday is a family newspaper which is proud to be printed and published in Wales. We care about publishing the best newspaper for the people of Wales. If you have a complaint, please contact the Editor.

Phone: 029 2024 4040 e-mail: customerservices @mediawales.co.uk THE debate over the future of press regulation took a new twist this week with the announcement by newspaper and magazine groups of a proposed independent Royal Charter.

In opposing the cross-party plan for a Royal Charter, underpinned by Parliament, newspaper organisations showed a united front.

The regional press, of which Wales on Sunday is part, is part of the independent Royal Charter OUR VIEW They offered a different outcome to regulation in the wake of the Lord Leveson inquiry.

plan - so we declare an interest. But as our part of the industry was exonerated in the inquiry, our voice has always been seen as one to weigh carefully.

While the wild excesses of a small part of the national press are rightly condemned, it would be intolerable for politicians to be able to control by statute any part of the media.

So we welcome the idea of an independent Royal Charter. We believe the proposed system confronts the concerns of many press publishers and editors and is a boost to the process of implementing a tough new system of independent self regulation. …

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