Phone Hacking Trial: Rebekah Brooks assured PCC “any journalist who breaks the law” was liable to summary dismissal – Martin Hickman

Theses assurances were given to the Press Complaints Commission personally by Rebekah Brooks who tells them that anybody breaking the law at News International faces the sack. She is now accused at the Old Bailey of authorising illegal payments of £40,000. I am saying nothing!

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Day 19 (Part 2):  Rupert Murdoch’s newspapers “placed great emphasis” on the code of practice for journalists, Rebekah Brooks told the Press Complaints Commission two years before she was arrested for suspected phone hacking and corruption.

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