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Leveson Inquiry: 'I don't recollect media 'too big' claim' says Francis Aldhouse

A former deputy at the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) says he cannot recall saying the media was "too big" to tackle over illegal practices.

Francis Aldhouse has been addressing Lord Justice Leveson's inquiry in London into media ethics.

A former ICO investigator earlier said that Mr Aldhouse had declined to pursue newspapers over the illegal purchase of confidential information.

But Mr Aldhouse said he could not recall the meeting referred to.

  • 05 Dec 2011
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