Embattled British politician Jeremy Hunt told reporters today in London that he would hand over private correspondence to the UK inquiry into media ethics. Hunt has come under fire since it was revealed on Tuesday that there may have been inappropriate communication between his office and that of James Murdoch during the BSkyB bid process. Hunt held a quasi-judicial role in the deal which News Corp ultimately aborted when the phone hacking scandal rocked its UK press interests.
Georg Szalai Jeremy Hunt says he will supply information to the U.K. government-funded Leveson Inquiry into media ethics after the opposition criticized his interactions with Murdoch’s News Corp. and called for his resignation. read... Read Post
At the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics on Thursday, former UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt will be questioned by lawyer Robert Jay on his handling of News Corporations’s bid for BSkyB. Hunt has vowed to give his full record of ev... Read Post