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Thanks for the feedback - the pressure of work question has now been fixed. Obviously, the long hours worked here are taking their toll! However, we have had an outstanding response to this survey and we will publish the result soon. They should give a real insight into what is a really important issue.
@robin58933 but's the whole point of newspapers. Nobody is forcing you to buy them in the first place.
@Pyrite we were not making a statement, but posing a question to make the point that The Lord Advocate defamation may have been funded by the public purse. Legal Aid cuts is a huge issue in Scotland with the poor being made to finance their own defense and solicitors taking strike action. Now more than ever it is reasonable to ask whether Agiolini benefited from her own special form of 'Legal Aid'.
@MacThomais just came across this piece by Kenneth Roy in the Scottish Review you might find of interest. He certainly has strong views on the Irish regulation too. http://www.scottishreview.net/
@peterabellfb Using the word 'licence' in the context of a free press is chilling on several levels and rather makes my point.