Deputy Labour leader, Harriet Harman
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Jeremy Hunt must go, says Labour's Harriet Harman

David Cameron has rejected calls to sack the Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, over his handling of News Corporation's plans to takeover BSkyB.

He said the current evidence showed that Mr Hunt had not broken the ministerial code of conduct, but he would act if new information emerged.

Deputy Labour leader, Harriet Harman, said she believed the code had been breached and called for Mr Hunt to go.

  • 29 Apr 2012
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