Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Free Fraser

Except that The Spectator is already in the Parliamentary Lobby.

It may already be registered as a newspaper with the Post Office, as most of the outspoken Fleet Street opponents of the dreaded statutory regulation are.

And it is certainly owned and published by a limited company. A limited company called, of all things, The Spectator (1828) Ltd.

But, in the Spirit of 1828, we cannot be having any of that "State licensing".

Can we?

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