Phone hacking: how News Corp’s failed bid BSkyB unfolded

from Telegraph.co.uk

He is keen to give final confirmation by July 19 when the summer
parliamentary recess begins Ofcom intervention fuels fears deal will not go ahead as phone hacking scandal hits proposed takeover. News of the World closed down and other News …

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Phone hacking: Parties to unite over BSkyB bid call

from BBC News

The Tories and Lib Dems are expected to back a Labour motion calling for Mr Murdoch’s News Corporation to drop the bid while phone hacking at the News of the World is investigated. The move could ramp up pressure on the media mogul but is not legally …

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Timeline: Hacking scandal hits News Corp bid for BSkyB

from Reuters

Here are the main events in the long-running phone-hacking
scandal that has closed the 168-year-old News of the World tabloid. The
scandal has come at a time when US-listed parent company News Corp is
seeking to take over British pay-TV …

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Postpone the BSkyB deal until police investigations have been completed

from the Herald Scotland

In the phone-hacking scandal, we are told that the two promised and very
necessary public inquiries cannot begin until the police have finished
their investigations. Given the many thousands of documents and computer
files to be examined and the past …

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BSkyB deal questioned amid phone-hacking scandal

from BBC News

This round-up of Monday’s main media stories focuses on the latest
developments in the phone-hacking scandal. The culture secretary is seeking fresh advice from regulators on News Corp’s takeover bid for BSkyB, amid the News of the World phone-hacking …

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