Leveson Inquiry: Greg Dyke on News of the World closure

Former BBC Director General Greg Dyke said some newspaper journalists have pushed it "far too far for far too long".

He spoke as the Leveson Inquiry heard from the parents of murdered teenager Milly Dowler speaking about the phone hacking allegations by the News of the World.

Mr Dyke said the paper has "terrorised" people and its closure was "no great loss" to British journalism.

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