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Leveson Inquiry – McMullan tells it all!

This afternoon the Leveson Inquiry really heard how it was, when Paul McMullan News of the World’s deputy features editor between 1994 and 2001 took the stand. He followed the Guardian’s Nick Davies, author of ‘Flat Earth News’ who has done much to expose the phone hacking scandal and police corruption which has led to the Inquiry. Nick said that he did not think the media was “interested or capable of self regulation.” He proposed the setting up of a “public interest advisory body” that would guide journalists, and the public, on whether stories were in the public interest. But it was McMullan who has put the editors in the dock with his revelations as reported today by Media Lawyer Live Alert and set out below.

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