Ofcom steps up test of James Murdoch’s fitness to keep BSkyB role | Media | The Guardian

by peterjukes

Stephen Parkinson, writing in the Daily Telegraph, said Metropolitan police deputy assistant commissioner Sue Akers’ comments could threaten the arrested Sun journalists’ right to a fair trial. Parkinson, the head of criminal litigation at Kingsley Napley, said: “Those of us representing the current and former journalists, particularly at the Sun, who bore the brunt of the prejudicial comments, will inevitably make the point that publicity of this kind does not fade from the memory.”

via Ofcom steps up test of James Murdoch’s fitness to keep BSkyB role | Media | The Guardian.

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