21/04/2014

During evidence to the Leveson inquiry, the business secretary, Vince Cable, defends comments he made previously about the Murdochs’ political influence becoming disproportionate. Cable said: ‘My views about this company were actually quite nuanced. I did think there was dispoportionate political influence and leaders of major parties got too close to them’

Article source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/video/2012/may/30/vince-cable-leveson-murdoch-political-influence-video

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