COMMONS

MPs continue taking evidence on phone hacking

24 October 2011

The Commons Culture Media and Sport Committee continues taking evidence in connection with its work on phone hacking. On Thursday 10 November 2011 at 11am the Committee will take evidence from James Murdoch, Chairman, News International in the Wilson Room, Portcullis House.

Recent evidence sessions

On Monday 24 October the committee took evidence from:

  • Mr Les Hinton, former Executive Chairman, News International (via video link)

Watch the meeting on Parliament TV.

On Wednesday 19 October the committee took evidence from:

  • Mr Julian Pike, Partner, Farrer & Co
  • Mr Mark Lewis, Partner, Taylor Hampton Solicitors

Watch the meeting on Parliament TV.

Further Information

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