A former newspaper editor has recalled an incident that "undermined" the accuracy of evidence media tycoon Rupert Murdoch gave to an inquiry into journalistic ethics.
A former newspaper editor has recalled an incident that \"undermined\" the accuracy of evidence media tycoon Rupert Murdoch gave to an inquiry into journalistic ethics.
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Andrew Neil, who edited The Sunday Times – owned by Mr Murdoch – between 1983 and 1994, wondered whether the tycoon had "forgotten he was testifying under oath" at the Leveson Inquiry in London.
Mr Neil, in a written witness statement published on the inquiry website, described a conversation with Mr Murdoch in a written witness statement. He also outlined his views on Mr Murdoch's relationship with Tony Blair's New Labour government.
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