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National news agency wins legal battle to stop 'citizen journalists' obtaining 'fake' press cards
(January 14 04:02) Dailymail.co.uk
The Press Association has obtained a High Court injunction to stop "fake" press cards being issued in its name. Workers of England Union (WEU), was charging members £120 for an ID card .
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