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Politics and the Media: A Case of British Exceptionalism

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This seminar will address the relationship between British politics and the Media. In the aftermath of the phonehacking scandal the relationship between British politics and the press has come to be seen as poisonous, too cosy or even corrupt. This spiky relationship helps to create the lively political climate which makes the British media an issue of enduring interest to the rest of the world. This relationship is also the reason that the expected shake-up of media regulation must advance the great UK tradition of free speech, not its other tradition of excessive secrecy.

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