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Telegraph Media Group

April 26, 2012

The ongoing scrutiny into press ethics in Britain is a serious affair no doubt, but the Leveson inquiry turned into a next-gen meeting this week, when the sons of three of the biggest owners of media groups showed up at the High Court in London. 

The ongoing scrutiny into press ethics in Britain is a serious affair no doubt, but the Leveson inquiry turned into a next-gen meeting this week, when the sons of three of the biggest owners of media groups showed up at the High Court in London.

Aidan Barclay, son of billionaire father Sir David Barclay, who has owned the Telegraph Media Group since 2004, turned up at the Leveson inquiry on 23 April. He was followed by fellow next-gen Evgeny Lebedev, the offspring of Russian tycoon Alexander Lebedev.

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