Bo Xilai and the rule of the Party?

China's Communist Party is struggling to contain the fallout from its biggest political crisis in years, triggered by the death of the British businesman Neil Heywood.

Bo Xilai, one of the Communist Party's most senior figures, has already been sacked, his wife is being investigated amid claims she had Mr Heywood murdered, and others who say they too are victims of Mr Bo are starting to come forward.

Here's my report from Chongqing.

Businessman Li Jun claims to have been tortured by police working under Bo Xilai

Damian Grammaticas Article written by Damian Grammaticas Damian Grammaticas China correspondent

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