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The Daily Mail is the next UK news outlet to conduct a review following the UK phone hacking scandal, the Guardian reported. iMediaEthics wrote in July when Trinity Mirror announced it would review “editorial practices.”

According to the Guardian, the review is “routine” and will be conducted by Eddie Young, a “former chief lawyer” for Mail parent company Associated Newspapers.

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