Murdoch denies any pursuit of political favour

UPDATE: "If any politicans wanted my views on any matters they only had to read editorials in the Sun": Rupert Murdoch is before the Leveson inquiry.

25th April, 2012
Murdoch: "They only had to read Sun editorials"

News Corporation's Rupert Murdoch described as a "myth" the perception that he used the influence of the Sun newspaper to get favourable treatment from political parties.

"I want to put it to bed once and for all, that that is a complete myth … that I used the influence of the Sun or the supposed political power to get favourable treatment," he told the Leveson inquiry.

Asked about a 2008 incident when Prime Minister David...

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