The Eurocrisis may be nagging at our political class, but it's got nothing on the Leveson inquiry. Today has been James Murdoch’s turn in the hotseat, and it has produced some of the most explosive testimony so far. There was the claim that, contrary to previous Tory insinuations, Murdoch Jr did chat about the BSkyB bid with David Cameron at that notorious Christmas Dinner in 2010.
While giving evidence before the Leveson Inquiry at the Royal Courts of Justice High Court in London today, James Murdoch – son of Rupert Murdoch – said he resigned his chairmanship of BSkyB, to avoid becoming a “lightning rod” for ... Read Post
It has become the conventional wisdom in Westminster that Jeremy Hunt’s career will turn on his appearance before the Leveson Inquiry tomorrow. Friends of Hunt have today been arguing that the Inquiry’s focus should be on how he car... Read Post
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt leaves his London office on April 25, 2012. Hunt is under increasing pressure after former News International chairman James Murdoch gave evidence to The Leveson Inquiry yesterday linking Hunt to News C... Read Post