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At The Post we do our utmost to ensure the accuracy of everything we publish. Although we are not yet members of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO), the new regulator for editorial standards in the newspaper and magazine industry, we pride ourselves on ensuring everything we do complies with their standards.
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