The thing that struck me most as the media scrambled to report the publication of the Leveson Report was this: no one had really read it.
I mean, of course, really read it. All of it. Some had read one section; others had read another. Some had even read the executive summary.
But none had read – and digested – all of it.
It was impossible to. Even journalists reviewing the final Harry Potter novel had a whole night to stay up reading it.
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