Phone-hacking scandal: Former editor speaks at inquiry seminar

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The judge leading the inquiry into the phone-hacking scandal, Lord Justice Leveson, is holding seminars to find out more about the commercial pressures on the press and examine the rights and responsibilities of journalists.

Speaking at the seminar in London, the former editor of the News of the World, Phil Hall, said "it is a tough, uncompromising, stressful and an extremely competitive business."

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