TONY Blair has denied there was any pact with Rupert Murdoch in which his government agreed a favourable media policy from News Corporation in return for its support for New Labour.
Mr Blair's evidence was briefly interrupted when a protester burst into the proceedings, and declared the ex-MP was a "war criminal".
"There was no deal with issues to do with the media with Rupert Murdoch or anyone else," the former prime minister told the Leveson Inquiry yesterday. "I don't know a policy that we changed as a result of Rupert Murdoch."
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