ALEX Salmond today faces growing pressure to "come clean" over claims he offered to lobby on behalf of Rupert Murdoch, as David Cameron fights to save Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt who is embroiled in the BskyB takeover row.
ALEX Salmond today faces growing pressure to \"come clean\" over claims he offered to lobby on behalf of Rupert Murdoch, as David Cameron fights to save Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt who is embroiled in the BskyB takeover row.
CLAIMS: Alex Salmond has been accused of offering to lobby on behalf of News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch. Picture: James Galloway
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MICHAEL SETTLE, KATE DEVLIN and ROBBIE DINWOODIE
The First Minister brushed aside opposition demands that he make an emergency statement to the Scottish Parliament, insisting he would go ahead with a planned speech to the Institute of Directors' conference in London today, near where the News Corporation chairman will be giving evidence to the Leveson Inquiry.
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