RUMBLINGS of discontent are emanating from Conservative Central Office. One year into their Listening to Britain's Churches campaign, which involves Tory types hitching a lift to all corners of the land to find out how they can win the Christian vote, the loudest complaint they have discerned is with the Fourth Estate. Standards in broadcasting and newspapers are slipping, Peter Lilley, Wee Willie's number two, tells me, and something must be done. Oh dear. And I thought Lord Wakeham, who heads up the Press Complaints Commission, and Lady Howe, of the Broadcasting Standards Commission, were Tory appointees.
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Organisations: Press Complaints Commission, Broadcasting Standards Commission, Conservative Central Office
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Keywords: Press Complaints Commission, John Wakeham, Baron Wakeham, Wakeham, Ofcom, Politics, Religion / Belief
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