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Rupert Murdoch is facing a fresh wave of pressure from influential investment firms which have clubbed together to challenge his dual role as chairman and chief executive of News Corporation.

Murdoch comes under fire from News Corp investors

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Tom Crone, the former News International (NI) legal manager who left the company last year after falling out very publicly with the Murdochs, was arrested yesterday as part of Scotland Yard's phone-hacking inquiry.

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The Sun was not acting in the public interest when it published embarrassing photographs of Prince Harry, Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt said today.

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Church sells off its stake in News Corp

Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation was dealt an embarrassing blow yesterday as the Church of England sold its entire stake in the media company in the wake of the phone-hacking fiasco.

Church of England bails out of its stake in News Corporation

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The Church of England has sold its shares in News Corporation over concerns about the company's response to the phone-hacking scandal.

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The day of reckoning over phone hacking is almost upon us and almost the entire former hierarchy of News International will be standing in the dock. No wonder Rupert Murdoch quietly dropped his directorship of the company at the weekend.

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