David Cameron infuriated press regulation campaigners today by walking away from talks on the implementation of last year's Leveson report.
The Prime Minister announced he would be proposing a self-regulatory system instead. This will be put to a Commons vote on Monday.
But the Hacked Off campaign, which supports Leveson's proposal of a regulatory system underpinned by statute, denounced the move as "a shameless betrayal of victims of press abuse."
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