Disgraced media mogul Rupert Murdoch denied today that he was responsible for phone hacking and the bribery of police officers by News International staff: here.
Top cops fell over each other today to assure MPs that it “wasn’t me guv” as the parliamentary probe continued into Scotland Yard‘s links with the Murdoch empire: here.
London: Metropolitan Police communications chief Dick Fedorcio was referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission over his relationship with hacking suspect Neil Wallis, his force said today: here.
Hacking: Wallis linked to Tory campaign: here.
A former News of the World journalist found dead on Monday night claimed Andy Coulson “encouraged” him to hack phones: here.
Beleaguered Prime Minister David Cameron flew back to Britain today amid growing calls for his resignation: here.
Hacking crisis edges closer to Cameron as fresh links with NOTW are disclosed: here.
News International paid Tory education secretary Michael Gove £5,000 a month for one hour a week’s work as a journalist: here.
RUPERT and James Murdoch yesterday sought to stonewall MPs questioning them about phone-hacking at the ‘News of the World’, denying any responsibility or knowledge of what was going on: here.
The appearance of Rupert and James Murdoch before the British Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sports Select Committee was a piece of well-choreographed political theatre: here.
Why did UK police declare death of News of the World whistleblower “not suspicious?” Here.
MPs accuse Met of ‘catalogue of failures’: here.