"Now is not the time for knee-jerk reactions," Jeremy Hunt said tonight. They are the words of a cabinet minister fighting to save his job - and who, for now, has the prime minister's backing.
Given that the hacking scandal and its fallout has already claimed the scalps of Andy Coulson, Rebekah Brooks, many lesser-known Murdoch untouchables and the News of the World, Mr Hunt would be unwise to assume that he can now escape.
Egypt's newly appointed prime minister was granted most of the powers of the president Wednesday by the country's military rulers. Afterward, he swiftly moved to swear-in his cabinet. Prime Minister Kamal Ganzouri was given all pres... Read Post
Dummies and puppets representing Prime Minister David Cameron (L) and Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt (R) are held aloft by Rupert Murdoch at the launch of the campaign group Hacked off near Parliament on July 6, 2011 in London, Engla... Read Post
Respect to Jeremy Hunt, the Culture secretary, who has just flown economy class all the way back from Brazil (an 11-hour flight), where he was on a three-day trade visit with his Cabinet colleague Nick Clegg. The Deputy Prime Minist... Read Post