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  1. Rupert Murdoch's Return to U.K. Parliament: What to Expect

    4:35 pm 7/11/2013

    A member of the culture, media and sports of the parliament's House of Commons tells THR what he is looking for.Read more

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  2. Rupert Murdoch Agrees to Return to U.K. Parliament to Explain Secret Recording

    8:05 am 7/9/2013

    UPDATED: The media committee wants to question the mogul after last week's emergence of secretly taped comments he made about bribes in the newspaper industry and the phone-hacking probes.Read more

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  3. U.K. Newspaper Groups Detail Plans for New Self-Regulator

    5:36 am 7/8/2013

    The Independent Press Standards Organization has the support of News Corp's News UK and others, but Hacked Off criticizes it as "a cynical rebranding exercise."Read more

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  4. J.K. Rowling Renews Call for U.K. Press Regulation

    6:33 am 7/4/2013

    The "Harry Potter" author signs a letter drawn up by Hugh Grant-supported group Hacked Off, which urges the government to push through delayed reforms.Read more

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  5. Rupert Murdoch Tape: British Politician Urges U.S., U.K. Authorities to Question Mogul

    2:20 am 7/4/2013

    UPDATED: Parliamentarian and Murdoch critic Tom Watson wants the News Corp chairman interviewed about "what he did know about criminality in his organization."Read more

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  6. Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson Fail to Get Phone-Hacking Cases Dismissed

    3:47 am 6/28/2013

    UPDATED: The former News International CEO and the former "News of the World" editor, along with three other defendants, had called on the Britain's Court of Appeal.Read more

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  7. Andy Coulson Pleads Not Guilty to Phone-Hacking, Corruption Charges

    2:01 am 6/6/2013

    The former editor of the "News of the World" and former communications director for British Prime Minister David Cameron, entered his pleas on three charges. Read more

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  8. Rebekah Brooks Pleads Not Guilty to All Phone-Hacking, Corruption Charges

    2:02 am 6/5/2013

    The former CEO of News International, the U.K. publishing arm of News Corp., appeared in a London court along with other defendants, including husband Charlie.Read more

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  9. U.K. Phone Hacking: Rebekah Brooks's Former Bodyguard Charged

    4:54 am 5/3/2013

    David Johnson will be charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice for allegedly concealing evidence from police about the former News International CEO.Read more

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  10. Rupert Murdoch's 'The Sun' to Erect Online Paywall

    3:18 am 3/27/2013

    Mike Darcey, the CEO of News Corp.'s U.K. newspaper unit News International, says its current practice of offering all content for free on the Internet is "untenable." Read more

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