Rupert Murdoch apologises, and says there was a ‘cover-up’ at the NoW
Leveson inquiry hears News Corp boss admit phone-hacking affair at the tabloid had left a ‘serious blot‘ on his reputation.
Lawyer Tom Crone brands Rupert Murdoch’s ‘cover up’ claims a ‘shameful lie’
Tom Crone, the former legal manager at the News of the World, has accused Rupert Murdoch of a “shameful lie“, after he told the Leveson Inquiry a “clever lawyer” at the paper was involved in a “cover-up” over phone hacking.
Lib Dem Simon Hughes joins call for Jeremy Hunt inquiry
Deputy leader Simon Hughes has become the first senior Liberal Democrat to join calls for an inquiry into whether Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt breached the ministerial code of conduct.
Investors still love (or tolerate) Rupert Murdoch
Rupert Murdoch is a hero to the right and a demon to the left. But Wall Street doesn’t care about red state/blue state distinctions, CNN Money reports.
Seven die in attacks on Nigerian newspapers
A suicide bomber detonated a car loaded with explosives yesterday at the office of a major daily newspaper in the capital, Abuja, and another man threw a bomb near another newspaper office in Kaduna, killing at least seven people.
Bradley Manning judge warns military prosecutors in WikiLeaks case
Judge refuses to dismiss most serious charge but tells prosecution it must prove private knew he was aiding the enemy.