Tag Archives: James Murdoch

Murdochs nowhere to be seen, as heads begin to roll

Here comes a chopper to chop off your head… Well, Rebekah Brooks’ and Andy Coulson’s heads at any rate. Along with those of 6 other hacks from The News of the World (ob. 2011) and The Sun. It’s career death ...

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Leveson is side-tracked by the politicians but Rebekah Brooks’ day in court may be the clincher

The UK’s Leveson Inquiry into media ethics, set up by PM David Cameron to take the heat off politicians for their cosy relationships with law-breaking newspaper groups, has well and truly backfired. For Cameron and co obviously, because their cringe-making ...

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Is it time to stop laying into Rupert Murdoch?

Why should we, you ask, when it’s so much fun? It is indeed fun to observe the over-mighty Murdochs, paterfamilias Rupert and once super-cocky son James suffering the slings and arrows of the commentariat, various MPs and, rather more worryingly ...

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Former Y&R boss McLennan lands new hot seat at News Corporation

Out of the frying pan into the fire you might say for Hamish McLennan who resigned as boss of WPP-owned Y&R last year and has now taken a new role, developing ‘global brand partnerships,’ for crisis-stricken News Corporation. McLennan, an ...

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Can Rupert Murdoch save the sinking Sun?

A News International spokesman tells us Sun editor Dominic Mohan is “not resigning” in the wake of five more high-profile arrests of his senior colleagues. Well, thank goodness for that. Someone has to be there to switch off the lights, ...

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