July 8, 2011

The News of the World: Put Out of Its Misery

The Guardian, The Guardian

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Murdoch's statement praises the 'loyal staff'. But the blunt conclusion is: they go, Rebekah Brooks stays.

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TAGGED: UK, News of the World, Rupert Murdoch, Rebekah Brooks, News Corp, News International, Britain

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