As it happened: James Murdoch phone hacking evidence

Key points

  • News International chairman James Murdoch gives evidence for second time to Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee from 11am
  • He stands by his earlier testimony that he knew nothing about the possibility of widespread hacking at the News of the World
  • He says two former News of the World executives, Tom Crone and Colin Myler, gave "misleading" evidence to the committee
  • He says suggestions by Tom Watson MP that News International operated like the Mafia over the phone-hacking scandal are "offensive" and untrue

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