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• News International closes paper in wake of scandal
• Government announcement on BSkyB will take several weeks
• News of the World paid £100,000 bribes to Met police officers
• Miliband questions Cameron's 'close relationships with NI
• Met police going through 11,000 pages containing 4,000 names
Originally posted by Sinny
I was watching that news story and as much as I tried listening to the details I was more interested in the fact that the CEO at the centre of inverstigation was a woman.
She got all the info and a powerfull position.
Sorry, just had to share, you dont see many women in a position like that.edit on 5-7-2011 by Sinny because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by ashwhy
I kinda agree with the BBC agenda to point out that many UK Mp's are downright scared of News Corp.
News international has uncovered e-mails that indicate payments were made to the police by the News of the World, during the editorship from 2003-7 of Andy Coulson.
A solicitor representing some of the relatives said one family had been contacted by police and told their phone may have been hacked in 2005.
"You may wonder what is happening with the Murdoch press”, Mr Cable said. “I have declared war on Mr Murdoch and I think we’re going to win”
Originally posted by AgentSmith
How sad that this thread about a genuine conspiracy will quickly fall by the wayside to make way for more 'exciting' conspiracy theories involving impossible holograms, aliens, magic and unicorns...