Just when it seemed things might be looking up the tiniest bit for James Murdoch (he gets to stay on as BSkyB chairman) — bam.Parliament committee chairman John Whittingdale said today that “chances are” Murdoch will be back in front of Parliament to investigate the truthfulness of his answers last week.
Meanwhile, Glenn Mulcaire — the investigator subject of a whole lot of payment scrutiny — said in a statement today that he was “effectively employed” by NOTW.
Murdoch had tried to downplay Mulcaire’s business relationship with the paper.
And last but not least: MP Louise Mensch apologized for accusing Piers Morgan of hacking.
Looks like yesterday’s Twitter debacle might have earned Morgan some sympathy.
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