Newspaper ethics debate with Tim Farron and Eve Pollard

Liberal Democrat president Tim Farron explains why he complained to the Press Complaints Commission about a sting on his party's MPs.

But he adds, the last thing he wants to be is a "whinging politician" and is happy to be open with the press and constituents.

Former editor Eve Pollard explains the UK press is "full of sex stories" as it is harder for newspapers to uncover wrongdoings with public money, as she claimed a Freedom of Information Act

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