James Murdoch faces the Leveson Inquiry (but will he remember it?)
James Murdoch kicked off Murdoch week at the Leveson Inquiry Tuesday -- and managed to put someone else's behavior in the spotlight,
- In the most dramatic day of hearings at Leveson yet, the inquiry was shown emails written by James Murdoch's chief lobbyist, Frédéric Michel, written the day before Hunt was due to make a market-sensitive statement to parliament, which appeared to indicate that he was minded to approve the bid in negotiation with News Corp. The statement came just a couple of days after the former News of the World editor Andy Coulson was forced to resign as communications chief at No 10 amid mounting hacking allegations.
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