Rupert Murdoch to return to Leveson Inquiry

News Corporation boss Rupert Murdoch will face questions about the phone-hacking scandal when he gives evidence to the Leveson Inquiry for a second day.

He will be asked about claims that journalists working for him made illegal payments to public officials for information.

On Wednesday he was questioned about what influence his newspapers have had on British politics, as Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt came under increased pressure over his department's links with News Corp.

Vicky Young reports.

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