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Just 4 billionaire tax exiles – friends of Cameron – will benefit from weak press regulation

Friendship has no limits it seems when it comes to doing favors against the public interest…

Pride's Purge

(not satire – it’s the UK today!)

The vote in parliament about press regulation tomorrow is not about freedom of speech or press freedom.

It’s about the right of exactly four billionaire press barons – most of whom don’t even reside or pay taxes in the UK – to freely lie and play fast and loose with the truth about whoever and whatever they want.

The majority of the national UK press is owned by just four people – Lord Rothermere, the two Barclay brothers and Rupert Murdoch.

These four people – all friends of David Cameron – think they are entitled to strongly influence political decisions made in a country most of them avoid paying their tax to.

After all – if these four people were all that bothered about freedom of speech – how come all four of them were so keen to propose limiting the…

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