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Watch: Lord Forsyth warns of foreign states owning British newspapers

29 February 2024

5:03 AM

29 February 2024

5:03 AM

All eyes were on the House of Lords this afternoon where it is the second reading of the Media Bill. Lord Forsyth, the former Scotland Secretary, has tabled what is known as a ‘motion to regret’ – a device which allows peers to express their opposition to legislation without stopping it.

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