Max Clifford defends former NoW editor Rebekah Brooks


Max Clifford thinks newspaper editors will be nervous after the dramatic decision to close the News of the World as he defends News International chief executive and former editor Rebekah Brooks.

He describes how he spoke to her after he found out he was a victim of tabloid phone hacking and why he does not believe she was involved.

The film was followed on air by a debate on the News of the World closure with Alan Johnson, Andrew Neil and Michael Portillo.

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