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Phone hacking: Committee wants to speak to James Murdoch

The chairman of the Commons culture, media and sport select committee, John Whittingdale, has said they will want to speak to James Murdoch after his evidence on phone hacking was challenged.

The News International chairman had said he was not "aware" of an email suggesting hacking went wider than a "rogue" reporter at the firm's paper, and has now written to an MPs' committee to say he stands by his testimony.

Mr Murdoch appeared before the Commons culture, media and sport select committee on Tuesday alongside his father Rupert Murdoch, chairman of NI's parent company News Corporation.

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