l It cannot be anyone other than Rupert Murdoch who dominated the UK media during the two days he gave evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the British press's practices and ethics. This was almost certainly the first occasion on which one of the world's leading media owners has submitted to several hours of questioning about specific scandals at his newspapers, about their relationship with politicians and more generally about his philosophy of journalism. Mr Murdoch, now over 80, kept his cool most of the time but many of his answers will now be subjected to further analysis. (By Ray Fleming).


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