(UPDATE: Press Gazette editor Dominic Ponsford has now blogged on the outcome of the inquiry)
Is the Guardian a little miffed at the findings of the Press Complaints Commission's inquiry into phone hacking at the News of the World? (PCC full report here)
Well, count 'um:
- One strong statement about a 'complacent report" compiled by an organisation [the PCC] that does not have 'the ability, the budget or the procedures to conduct its own investigations."
- An opinion piece from Nick Davies on how the PCC inquiry missed the point of his stories
- An editorial on a 'report which will give ammunition to every sceptic who has ever accused the body of being a toothless watchdog."
- A news piece about MPs calling the report - which comes ahead of publication of their own investigation into the matter - a 'whitewash"
- The editor angry on the Today programme
- Then tweeting: 'Is the PCC a pointless regulator? If so, very dangerous for the press because we'll get something worse."
- And then a more progressive Greenslade on why and where the PCC failed and what it needs to do to regulate more effectively