MPs to debate hacking report

 

David Hughes
Monday 21 May 2012 16:04
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MPs will debate the findings of the select committee report into phone hacking tomorrow, Commons Speaker John Bercow has announced.

The Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee accused News of the World editor Colin Myler, the paper's former legal manager Tom Crone and former News International chairman Les Hinton of misleading it in their evidence.

Mr Bercow gave permission for committee chairman John Whittingdale to table a motion for debate tomorrow, which could pave the way for parliamentary sanctions against the three.

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