Regulating Press would bring Greek tragedy to Britain
A GREEK journalist has been hauled before a court for revealing the names of tax cheats. Instead of being applauded for his investigative journalism Costas Vaxevanis is accused of violating privacy laws by publishing details of Greeks with money stashed in Swiss bank accounts. Here, a Sun columnist argues why this case represents a chilling assault on Press freedom, and acts as a cautionary tale as Lord Justice Leveson considers reforms to Press regulation. YOU might think bankrupt Athens chiefs would be glad to hear where they could find billions of euros hidden by the country’s biggest tax cheats. …MORE
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