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That this House is concerned about the spreading evidence for, and the extent of, unauthorised access, organised or freelance, to voicemail and other methods of privacy intrusion; asks the media owners and the Press Complaints Commission to agree with theGovernment an effective means of inquiry, with powers equivalent to a judicial review, into what is known, and what can be discovered, about such phone hacking; believes that a public report should be produced, with published evidence and unrestricted access to the files; and calls for such an inquiry to examine the nature of the relationships between the media, members of the Metropolitan Police Service and the wider police service.
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