Britain’s press regulator has lambasted the country’s newspapers for being “nasty,” urging greater responsibility over explosive issues like, the EU, race and immigration.
Retired judge Alan Moses, who chairs the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO), said press coverage of Brexit had been “frustrating.”
“Brexit has been really interesting,” he said, according to the Financial Times, “What people didn’t like about it?…?is the tone and that really nasty edge that is fed upon.
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