Phone hacking: Parliament told 53 lies says Chris Bryant

A Labour MP claimed there had been 53 lies told to Parliament during the phone hacking hearings by News International and police staff and a "variety of different people".

Chris Bryant, whose own phone was hacked, said there had been a "sustained cover up" from News International and he would be amazed if James Murdoch was not recalled to appear before MPs.

He spoke to Andrew Neil as former News of the World editor Colin Myler and former NI legal manager Tom Crone were questioned about phone hacking scandal in Parliament.

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