News of the World hacking trial ends: Scandal still poses threat to Britain’s ruling elite By Robert Stevens

27 June 2014 — WSWS 

The trial of former News of the World (NotW) editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson and others connected with phone hacking has ended with Coulson, former head of communications of Prime Minister David Cameron, found guilty of conspiracy to intercept voicemail messages. Brooks, the former head of billionaire oligarch Rupert Murdoch’s media-empire in Britain, was acquitted.

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Rupert ‘Dirty Digger’ Murdoch Newslinks 19-20 July 2011

20 July 2011 Updated: 21:05:34 —

20 July 2011

Murdoch Empire Sinking Beneath The Sands
By George Galloway
Since becoming prime minister just fifteen months ago, Cameron has had 26 meetings with Murdoch’s executives. Cameron’s wife was likely the only person to get more meetings with the PM than Murdoch’s executives.

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