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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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James Murdoch defies his Parliamentary inquisitors – for now

News Corporation deputy COO James Murdoch did pretty well before his UK Parliamentary Culture, Media and Sport inquisitors today – rebuffing the testimony of former News of the World editor Colin Myler and former legal manager Tom Krone that he ...

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If James Murdoch can talk his way out of this one he deserves to succeed his dad at News Corporation

News Corporation deputy COO James Murdoch faces a British Parliamentary Committee this afternoon who will quiz him on his knowledge of phone hacking and various other forms of surveillance carried on routinely at the now-defunct News of the World, of ...

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James Murdoch is going to jail soon and dad Rupert will follow in two years’ time says Adweek editor and Murdoch biographer Michael Wolff

Yes he did, really. Well the new editor of Adweek and authorised Rupert Murdoch biographer (‘The man who bought the news’ published in 2008) has never been a man to mince his words and, as you can see from the ...

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Now Murdoch phone hacking scandal brings down top cop Stephenson – will James Murdoch and PM David Cameron be next?

Well it seems an extraordinary idea doesn’t it? UK PM David Cameron being forced to resign over the Murdoch newspapers phone hacking scandal. But don’t rule it out. Tonight Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson (pictured) stunned just about everybody ...

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