On BBC Newsnight Louise Mensch MP said the claim that Rupert Murdoch ‘is not a fit person to exercise the stewardship of a major international company’ was ‘hijacked’ into the CMS select committee’s phone-hacking report.
‘Leveson says second phone-hacking inquiry may not go ahead’
Lord Justice Leveson has suggested that the second part of the Leveson inquiry, which was due to investigate the extent of crimes committed at News International and other media organisations, may not go ahead due to “enormous cost.”
‘Alex Salmond blocks MSP phone hacking inquiry’
Alex Salmond has refused to back the report by the culture, media and sport committee that said that Rupert Murdoch was ‘not fit’ to run News Corp.
‘News Corp: MPs’ report ‘unjustified and highly partisan”
News Corporation have said that aspects of yesterday’s phone-hacking report by the Commons culture committee were “unjustified and highly partisan”.
‘If Murdoch thought the worst was over, he was wrong’
“If Rupert Murdoch believed his appearance at the Leveson judicial inquiry last week would quell the ever louder outcry over his and his company’s conduct, he was wrong.” says Martin Hickman
‘Facebook IPO set for 18 May’
Facebook is expected to be valued at $100bn when the social network’s shares will float on the US stock market on Friday 18 May.