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All right we one reason new developments in the UK phone hacking scandal involving former tabloid news of the world.
The now out of business newspaper was owned by News -- the parent company of Fox News is and senior -- -- -- -- -- Conference live with the very latest on this story from -- hello Amy.
Hi Martha well 1 of -- central issues in this whole.
Phone hacking story has been whether or not the practice was confined to a single rogue reporter.
At news of the world which as you mentioned is is this Sunday tabloid that was closed during the height of this scandal.
Or whether it was -- -- now a letter that was released today by the former royal editor of news of the world.
Clay and He was also jailed for hacking by the way -- that claims that the practice was so widespread that it was discussed regularly.
At editorial meetings now the committee for culture sport and media which is the one that questioned both Rupert and James Murdoch at length last month.
Has met again today and said they still need to gather more information.
Specifically to reconcile conflicting information.
What James Murdoch has had verses what former senior employees -- said about how widespread the phone hacking was according to this committee.
It's quite likely that James Murdoch will be recalled in the autumn to answer further questions before the committee.
That lets you complete judgment of him it's helped -- the parliament was sleds which is why -- in thoughts didn't give evidence a few weeks ago.
What I think people want peace process that is -- seems to be questions of whether the placement of himself -- that the committee.
The letter written by Clive Goodman and released today was supposed to have been released by the committee by the way and was somehow leaked to the guardian newspaper first.
Goodman is that former news of the world royal editor -- jail time for hacking into the voicemails of some members of the royal family He made claims.
That the phone hacking was so -- that it was discussed an editorial meetings -- news of the world.
-- the former news of the world editor who then went on to become the communications chief for number ten Downing Street Andy Coulson.
And the discussion of it in these sort of semi public venues the letter dates from 2007.
And it was written by Clive Goodman at the time that He was fired from news of the world.
And He was disputing that firing -- that -- -- can't thank you very much reporting.
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