Staff 'very busy' on last edition of the News of the World
Chief sub-editor of the News of the World, Alan Edwards, has said there ''will be a difference'' in the last edition of the News of the World.
He said staff were ''very busy'' producing the Sunday paper and none were involved in the phone hacking scandal which caused its closure.
Rupert Murdoch is expected to arrive in London on Sunday to take charge of dealing with the crisis that has engulfed his News International group.
09 Jul 2011
- From the section UK