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Former News Corp Executive Rebekah Brooks To Be Charged With Perverting Justice

Former News International executive Rebekah Brooks will be charged by the Crown Prosecution Service over "allegations that she tried to conceal evidence from detectives investigating phone hacking and alleged bribes to public officials."
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