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New developments this morning in the UK phone hacking case that involves the parent company of Fox News news court.
Amy Kellogg has been on this story she joins us with the latest live from London hi Amy.
Hi Martha well the parliamentary committee was very divided in -- report today divided along party lines.
And that may mean that the effect of this report that it issued.
We'll be watered down when it goes before the entire parliament.
Now one thing is that this committee of course looking into the practice of phone hacking.
At the now defunct news of the world one thing the committee.
Was unanimous about was that it found no evidence that either Rupert not Murdoch or James Murdoch and this led the committee but what they.
Did agree on.
Was that three executives or former executives of News Corp.
-- news international misled the committee.
And that would be less Hinton Tom crone and Colin -- Now however it that more broadly the report was very critical of corporate governments at news international.
And described -- willful blindness on the part of the chief executive Rupert Murdoch about what was going on.
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And my view anyway.
Acting as a -- -- -- above and beyond.
Below and to suggest is so people suggest that a social.
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Not all committee members supported that point of view.
But the most controversial line in the report claim that Rupert Murdoch was not fit to run a global media company.
-- Clearly Rupert Murdoch is a free person -- -- -- special moment he's been putting businesses is before I was hole.
He's an unsuccessful disease employee's -- -- of thousands of people.
Around the world he's made a huge difference to the media.
-- it was that line about Rupert Murdoch not being fit to run a global media empire that completely.
Divided the committee those people who voted against the report because of that line said that that.
That assertion was way outside the scope of this investigation.
They were really supposed to just be looking at.
The extent of phone hacking at news of the world.
Who knew what when and who potentially miss led the committee now News Corp.
said that it is going to take some time to sift through the lengthy report.
And we'll make a comment on it shortly let's -- for his part has said that he completely -- the allegations of this report by the parliamentary committee today.
Here in the UK back -- Martha.
Amy thank you very much and Kellogg.
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