Posts tagged Rupert Murdoch
Politicians from all parties have always as a relationship with the media and it is no secret that different tabloid newspapers either support Conservative, Labour or Liberal Democrat. In a democracy there are no problems with that, newspaper are run by human beings and they have a right to support whichever party they believe have the best More >
The Conservative and Liberal Democrat policies and ideologies are so far apart that the British public was surprised that following the May 2010 election that see none of the two major parties achieved overall majority, the Liberal Democrat joined forces with the conservative to form this coalition slipshod government.
It must be true that human More >
LONDON—Prime Ministers come and go, but News Corp. chief Rupert Murdoch stays and stays and stays.
Murdoch has played a key role in shaping political British political coverage for the last four decades, and testimony at a judge-led inquiry into media ethics has highlighted how prime ministers have both courted and feared the 81-year-old media More >
In an often bitter attack on News International in testimony to Britain’s media ethics inquiry, Mr Brown directly More >
Chancellor George Osborne and ex-prime minister Gordon Brown will today appear before the Leveson Inquiry as the investigation into media standards enters its most politically-charged week.
With David Cameron due to give evidence on Thursday, both the Conservative and Labour leaderships will face searching scrutiny over their relationships with More >