Culture Secretary forced to hand over correspondence as senior Coalition members call for inquiry
LAST UPDATED AT 11:01 ON Fri 27 Apr 2012
CULTURE Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said he will hand over all email and text message correspondence with his former special adviser Adam Smith relating to News Corp's takeover bid for BSkyB.
Hunt claimed the messages would "vindicate" him and show he had acted with "total integrity" in relation to the bid, over which he was expected to adjudicate with complete neutrality.
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