PRESS ACT OF 1835


PRESS ACT OF 1835

In 1835 Sir Charles Metcalfe restored the freedom of the Press with the passing of the Press Law.

The new Press Act (1835) required a printer/publisher to give a precise account of premises of a publication and cease functioning if required by a similar declaration.

The result of a liberal press policy was a rapid growth of newspapers.

 

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