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James Murdoch - time to go

29 October 2012: James Murdoch was at the helm of News International while the company was embroiled in the hacking scandal.

NUJ to calls on new BBC DG to rip up tainted deal

3 July 2012: The NUJ has invited George Entwistle, the newly appointed director general of the BBC, to a public meeting to debate alternatives to the BBC cuts.

Leveson: Hunt should tell truth about BBC deal

16 May 2012: Culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, should come clean on the behind-closed-doors deal which led to 20 per cent cuts to the BBC, Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, said.

Did the Murdoch empire influence the BBC licence fee freeze?

10 May 2012: The decision in October 2010 on the licence fee was taken in an unprecedented fashion – without the normal process of public scrutiny – and behind closed doors.

Revelations should be Hunt's swansong - Michelle Stanistreet

25 April 2012: Following James Murdoch's evidence to the Leveson Inquiry, Michelle Stanistreet has said that Jeremy Hunt cannot remain in post.

Murdoch revelations underline need to re-examine BBC licence

25 July 2011: Evidence has emerged that the Conservative Party changed broadcasting policy at the prompting of News Corporation's James Murdoch.

Brooks' resignation 'too little too late'

15 July 2011: The General Secretary of the NUJ has said that Rebecca Brooks' resignation will be little comfort to hundreds of journalists who have lost their jobs at the News of the World to protect top management.

News of the World closure condemned

7 July 2011: James Murdoch has informed staff at the News of the World that the newspaper is being wound up.

Sun sub-editors walk out

7 July 2011: Sub-editors at The Sun newspaper have tonight walked out of work in solidarity with colleagues at the News of the World.

TUC Congress backs NUJ cricitism of Digital Britain policy

15 September 2009: The British Trades Union Congress has condemned government broadcasting policy as "woefully inadequate".