The Murdoch Media Scandal
By Julie Hyland, December 6, 2012
The Leveson report on British press standards is a cover-up of the criminality in the political and media establishment and the police that underlies the Murdoch phone-hacking scandal.
By Robert Stevens, December 1, 2012
The Leveson inquiry meant to address the criminal practices of the Murdoch media empire has instead produced a cover-up of epic proportions.
By Robert Stevens, July 25, 2012
Former editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, both closely tied to Prime Minister David Cameron, are among eight people facing criminal prosecution for their involvement in the Murdoch phone hacking scandal.
By Dave Hyland, July 14, 2012
A public fallout between Rupert Murdoch and the best-known of his past editors dominated the Leveson Inquiry into the ethics, culture and practices of the British media.
By Dave Hyland, July 9, 2012
There were further arrests this week in connection to the illegal payments and phone hacking scandal that has rocked the British political establishment.
By Dave Hyland, Julie Hyland, June 30, 2012
The Leveson Inquiry, established in the wake of the phone hacking scandal at Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World, was hit last week by a row over political interference.
By Mike Head, June 21, 2012
News Ltd yesterday unveiled a sweeping re-organisation, shifting its axis away from newspapers to pay-TV and digital publishing.
By Julie Hyland, June 18, 2012
The Leveson Inquiry into press standards descended into farce this week, with the appearance of Prime Minister David Cameron.
By Dave Hyland, June 4, 2012
Andy Coulson, Prime Minister David Cameron’s former Director of Communications, was taken from his London home on the morning of May 30 in a dawn raid and driven over 350 miles to a police station in Glasgow, Scotland.
By Julie Hyland, May 30, 2012
Former Labour prime minister Tony Blair’s appearance before the Leveson inquiry highlights the fraudulent character of the official investigation into press ethics.
By A review by Dave Hyland, May 25, 2012
Labour MP Tom Watson and Independent journalist Martin Hickman throw some light on the way in which politicians in the UK have bowed down before Rupert Murdoch’s wealth and power, as well detailing the incestuous relationship between his newspapers and a corrupt police force.
By Robert Stevens, May 21, 2012
The charging of former editor Rebekah Brooks with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice in the police investigation into the News of the World phone hacking scandal has overshadowed revealing testimony given at the Leveson inquiry into press ethics.