Best of Hackgate commentary (7)…

The latest installment…

–       “The Union shall not be liable for or assume the commitments of central governments, regional, local or other public authorities”

–       Barroso: Euro relies on leaders’ promises

–       Lord Goldsmith Knew Extent of Phone-Hacking in 2006

–       Met police to investigate mobile tracking claims

–       David Cameron: a lack of foresight saga

–       Enough With The Murdoch Family Already

–       Murdoch and his minions really did lower the tone of Britain’s tabloid press

–       What did PM tell Murdoch about the BSkyB takeover?

–       Widening access: why we need to look at university admission policies

–        Once ignored, phone-hacking scandal gets global audience –

–       Understanding LGBT disappointment with Obama

–       Phone hacking row shows News Corp is no ordinary news company

–       Coulson was never given top security clearance in government

–       No one told electorates in rich countries they would have to pay up for the rest

–       Who runs the country? Not Murdoch.

–       Murdoch and His Apologists

–       Why does Britain have such a popular, political and aggressive tabloid press?

–       A stress test for the bigger crises that David Cameron will face

–       his house believes that the internet is making journalism better, not worse.

–       Adbusting on the London Tube: Dial M for Murdoch

–       BBC cameraman has his pass removed for following phantom flan flinger








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