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Parliament has protected press freedom

14 March 2024

5:54 AM

14 March 2024

5:54 AM

In a landmark ruling for press freedom in Britain, the government has today moved to outlaw ownership of national newspapers and magazines by foreign powers. The text of the proposed new law has not been published but it would appear to rule out any Emirati ownership – in whole or in part – of the Daily Telegraph and The Spectator. The

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