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James Murdoch's behind-the-scenes lobbying campaign spilled out into the public domain Tuesday as documents detailing his close ties to the British establishment were examined by a judge-led inquiry into media ethics.
James Murdoch defended his record at the head of his father's scandal-tarred British newspaper unit before a U.K. inquiry Tuesday, saying that subordinates prevented him from making a clean sweep at the now-defunct News of the World tabloid.
Criminal charges are being considered against 11 people in four cases related to investigations into tabloid phone hacking and other alleged misconduct by British newspapers, the country's chief prosecutor said Wednesday.
Media executive James Murdoch, under pressure over his role in Britain's tabloid phone-hacking scandal, has stepped down as chairman of British Sky Broadcasting PLC, the company announced Tuesday.
British police investigating a phone hacking scandal that led to the closure of a leading tabloid said Tuesday they have released a suspect from bail.
A retired police officer on Monday accused the News of the World tabloid of endangering a murder investigation by hiring ex-special forces soldiers to follow a police surveillance team.
British police made six arrests early Tuesday in the British media's phone-hacking scandal, including Rebekah Brooks, the former top executive of Rupert Murdoch's News International, the Associated Press has learned.
Rupert Murdoch's top-selling U.K. tabloid, the Sun, had a culture of making illegal payments to corrupt public officials in return for stories, a senior British police officer said Monday.
Charlotte Church, who testified about being hounded by Rupert Murdoch's journalists when she was a teen singing sensation, received 600,000 pounds ($951,000) Monday in a settlement from News International.