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Was Piers Morgan Involved in News of the World Pho

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The most trusted name in news? Not this morning.

CNN’s new marquee newsman Piers Morgan—lest we forget, a former editor of The Sun… 627 more words

Entertainment News

Heckler interrupts Tony Blair Leveson appearance with 'war criminal' shouts

Tony Blair’s evidence to the Leveson Inquiry has been interrupted by a protester who breached security to accuse the former prime minister of being a ‘war criminal’. 291 more words

News

Phone hacking was 'thing of the past', James Murdoch tells Leveson

James Murdoch has told the Leveson Inquiry he believed phone hacking at the News of the World was a ‘thing of the past’ when he took over his father Rupert’s media empire in Europe and Asia in 2007. 658 more words

News

Rupert and James Murdoch to return to give evidence at Leveson Inquiry

Rupert Murdoch and his son James will give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practice and ethics of the press next week, it has been revealed. 206 more words

News

Did Jonnie Lose His Marbles?

When  Jonathan May-Bowles, AKA Jonnie Marbles, attempted to push a foam “pie” into Rupert Murdoch’s face there was almost universal condemnation for his actions, some of which may have had some validity, but most of which was simply a knee jerk reaction (a phrase which is in danger of being overused in the current political climate). 371 more words

Politics

Fiona Bruce hit by foam attack on Antiques Roadshow

BBC TV presenter
Fiona Bruce was subjected to a foam attack, echoing that
launched on News International boss Rupert Murdoch by prankster Jonnie Marbles last month, as she filmed an episode of Antiques Roadshow. 253 more words

TV

Lunge! : How student politics lost its Marbles

Student politics is dead. Its poster boy, Jonnie May-Bowles, is in prison, a martyr to a one man cause. His crime; poverty of imagination. The sentence is reality; the reality that being flippant isn’t enough. 2,488 more words

Culture