It’s not about methods, but context
Posted: 14 Mar 2012 @ 00:00
TO SEE ourselves as others see us: this week, I went to a private gathering of lawyers to discuss privacy, the press, and other issues central to the Leveson inquiry. Two interesting things happened. It forced me to lift my head from scrutinising the day-to-day revelations of the inquiry to consider the strategic implications of all the jigsaw pieces that Leveson is laying out. And I discovered that you never really know exactly what you think until you are ...
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