Duration: 30 minutes
The phone hacking scandal has exposed some of the dirty little secrets of British public life. Journalists turned to crime to gain competitive edge, police chiefs failed to investigate and political leaders looked the other way. Rupert Murdoch's British media business is under intense scrutiny, but so too are the country's most powerful institutions.
HARDtalk's Stephen Sackur talks to three guests - a former Labour Home Secretary, a former boss of the BBC and a member of London's Metropolitan police authority and asks if the hacking scandal really will change Britain?
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