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Policing and Crime Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments (18 Jan 2017)

Lord Strasburger: ...just one of the terms of reference for Leveson 2 and the important issues that remain unresolved. The sixth term of reference is: “To inquire into the extent of corporate governance and management failures at News International and other newspaper organisations, and the role, if any, of politicians, public servants and others in relation to any failure to investigate wrongdoing at...

Policing and Crime Bill: Inquiry into complaints alleging corrupt relationships between police and newspaper organisations (10 Jan 2017)

Chris Bryant: ...vast majority of us agree, given the little bits and pieces that we have managed to glean from Leveson 1, that there was a time when the Metropolitan police, to all intents and purposes, were a partially owned subsidiary of News International. Metropolitan police staff went to work for News International. When they had finished working for News International, they went back to work for the...

21st Century Fox Takeover Bid for Sky: Timetable - Statement (20 Dec 2016)

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara: ...with the parties are logged and published? Given that, last time round, it transpired that the then Secretary of State had set up a parallel, secret communications structure involving his special adviser and a similar person in News International, could the noble and learned Lord confirm for us who in the DCMS and elsewhere in Government have the authority to communicate with the parties?...

Sky: 21ST Century Fox Takeover Bid (20 Dec 2016)

Ed Miliband: ...on its head. In 2011, this House unanimously urged the withdrawal of the bid for Sky by Rupert Murdoch. In 2012, Ofcom published a damning assessment of James Murdoch’s behaviour in the running of News International. That report stopped short of declaring Sky as unfit and improper to hold a licence only on the basis that the Murdochs were a minority—not 100%—owner of Sky,...

Policing and Crime Bill - Report (30 Nov 2016)

Lord Paddick: ...interests of brevity, as no doubt these points will be covered by other noble Lords, I will focus on just one element. I discovered that I had been the subject of interest to the private detective employed by News International to carry out phone hacking, Glen Mulcaire, when I was told through my solicitors by the Guardian in 2011. My solicitors contacted the Metropolitan Police, who said...

Press Matters - Statement (1 Nov 2016)

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara: ...been safeguarded in the way that was expected”? On Leveson 2, is the Minister aware that one of the original terms of reference given to Lord Justice Leveson was: “To inquire into the extent of the corporate governance and management failures at News International and other newspaper organisations and the role, if any, of politicians, public servants and others in relation to...

Press Matters (1 Nov 2016)

Tom Watson: ...we have learned enough about corruption to halt Leveson 2 before it starts. After all, one of the terms of reference for the second part of Leveson is “To inquire into the extent of corporate governance and management failures at News International and other newspaper organisations, and the role, if any, of politicians, public servants and others in relation to any failure to...

Privileges (27 Oct 2016)

Damian Collins: ...hacking at the News of the World, one simple thing is really clear, and it shines out in the Privileges Committee’s report as well: the evidence that condemned Colin Myler and Tom Crone—that condemned News International—always existed within the company itself and was always within reach of the executives of that company. In fact, the killer piece of evidence, which the...

Scottish Parliament: Taking Scotland Forward: Economy (31 May 2016)

John Mason: I am delighted that we are debating the economy early in the new session. Keith Brown’s appointment shows how important the SNP Government considers the economy to be. There are many positive aspects to Scotland’s economy, so I hope that we will not get too bogged down in being negative and running Scotland down. For example, the number of modern apprenticeships is going up from...

Written Answers — Home Office: Metropolitan Police: News International (3 Feb 2016)

Maria Eagle: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many people employed by the Metropolitan Police Service are former employees of News International.

Media Plurality (Wales) — [Mr Christopher Chope in the Chair] (13 Oct 2015)

Hywel Williams: ...Wales, which rather says it all—plus ça change. There is a legitimate concern that Trinity Mirror owns both large—largish—newspapers in Wales, the Daily Post and the Western Mail. The hon. Gentleman referred to News International, and the situation in Wales is something of a monopoly. Although other newspaper companies exist— the hon. Member for Ceredigion (Mr...

BBC: Finance and Independence — Motion to Take Note (10 Sep 2015)

Lord Cashman: ...to some of the multinationals and financial institutions of this country, you will see that they pale into insignificance. There is also a real concern that this “review” is there to do the work of News International and the BBC’s other competitors. When the Green Paper was announced, a press release said that the BBC Trust would play its part in an, “open and...

Future of the BBC — Question for Short Debate (14 Jul 2015)

Lord Patten of Barnes: ...say the same about my confidence in some of their colleagues and I wish I had a little more confidence in some the adolescent ideologues who dominate so much of this debate with the encouragement of News International and Mr Murdoch’s empire. The deal that was done last week was appalling—trying to turn the BBC into a branch office of the Department for Work and Pensions is...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: News International (9 Jul 2015)

Tom Watson: To ask the Prime Minister, what meetings he has had with representatives of News International since his reappointment as Prime Minister in May 2015.

Cycling (16 Oct 2014)

Ian Austin: ..., the CTC, Sustrans and the Bicycle Association among others. I particularly want to thank Chris Boardman, a phenomenal advocate of cycling in Britain, and Phil Goodwin and Adam Coffman who pulled the report together. I also thank News International, now News UK, for sponsoring the inquiry. Its involvement was the result of a campaign by The Times. Those on The Times have done a phenomenal...

Bills Presented: Backbench Business — Select Committee on Governance of the House (10 Sep 2014)

Paul Farrelly: ...one from the Government or from within the House. Two years ago, for example, the Select Committee on Culture, Media and Sport produced a damning report naming people who had misled the House over phone hacking and a cover-up at News International. Those conclusions, under our old procedures, now lie parked with the Standards and Privileges Committees for further action. When we came to...

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill — Second Reading (30 Jun 2014)

Lord Blair of Boughton: ...states: “Nothing in this section affects what constitutes the offence of misconduct in public office”. Where is the evidence that existing legislation is inadequate? When the Milly Dowler case broke in 2011, a leader in the Times—a News International newspaper—declared that what had been revealed was “police corruption on an industrial scale”. I do not...

Business of the House (26 Jun 2014)

Angela Eagle: ...8220;exciting” that the Government have lost control of the national health service, and they have a Prime Minister who claimed that he had done nothing wrong, but apologised so profusely that he very nearly wrecked the high-profile criminal trial of his mates at News International. This week, I received an invitation to the Commons versus Lords shooting competition. I hope that the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (25 Jun 2014)

Damian Collins: ...’s conviction shows that the parliamentary inquiry into phone hacking, of which I was a member, was consistently misled by him and others over the extent of, and knowledge of, phone hacking at News International. Does the Prime Minister agree with me that our first concern should be to see redress for the victims of phone hacking and to uphold the democratic principle of a free press?


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