James Murdoch gets through another grilling in Parliament - but his competence is in question
'You must be the first Mafia boss in history who didn't know he was running a criminal enterprise'
A welter of evidence has emerged since Murdoch Jnr last tried to persuade MPs of his integrity
Call for his removal from Sotheby's board on eve of second grilling by Commons culture committee
'I can only assume they were trying to dig up dirt – which has profound questions for our democracy'
Tory MP admits taking Class A drugs and hints at facelift before Murdoch appearance
£1.7m in cash and the use of an office and limo. Did she really leave News International at all?
Murdoch siblings 'had family counselling to deal with issue of succession' says Vanity Fair
News International execs were warned by counsel about phone hacking culture in June 2008
Mobile nicknamed 'the hub' was kept on the newsdesk of the News of the World
Voting figures reveal more than half of independent News Corp investors wanted James and Lachlan off board
Shareholders urged to dump Murdochs from board – and here comes Tom Watson, scourge of the media family
Business digest: America’s largest advisory firm suggests board clean-out following phone hacking scandal
Respected Sun journalist defendsthe tabloids as editors turn outat the start of the investigation
Teenager who wowed the
Labour conference becomes
the whipping boy of the
Talking Point: the only code of conduct UK journalists need is ‘don’t break the law’
Actress who took on News of
the World over phone hacking
initially pointed the finger at
family and friends
Met told Rebekah Brooks
hacking was widespread
‘earlier than Murdoch team
Talking Point: The Met’s
Official Secrets Act threat
was ill-advised, but was the
Guardian asking for trouble?
after Simon Hughes asks if
James Murdoch is fit to
hold a broadcasting licence