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'Brooks' return shows News UK culture hasn't changed'

The return of Rebekah Brooks to News UK as chief executive of the newspaper operation sends "a signal" that the culture at the organisation "has in no way changed", claims hacking victim Christopher Jefferies.

Jefferies, who the now defunct News of the World falsely linked to the murder of Joanana Yates, told ITV News: "As far as I'm concerned Rebekah Brooks is somebody who has never publically apologised."

ITV News' Rohit Kachroo reports:

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Cameron accused of 'shaming humanity'

Former SNP leader Alex Salmond has accused British Prime Minister David Cameron of "shaming humanity" by refusing to sign an agreement that would see England take on its share of the influx of migrants.

Salmond told ITV Border: "Cameron is shaming not just the UK, he is shaming humanity with his total abject refusal to accept any joint collective responsibility."

Farron: Cameron 'morally wrong' on migrant crisis

Prime Minister David Cameron's decision making when it comes to the current migrant crisis has been branded 'morally wrong' by one of his fellow MPs.

Tim Farron has slated the PM's response to the migrant crisis Credit: Yui Mok/PA

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said the UK should be taking it's fair share of refugees during this 'humanitarian crisis' and accused the government of being "disengaged, cold, and irrelevant" when it came to migrant discussions.

He said: "Cameron's chances of winning meaningful concessions ahead of an EU referendum will disappear fast if he makes our country a pariah - turning his back on our neighbours and desperate refugees.

"His actions are not just morally wrong, they are politically foolish."

Migrant protest outside Hungarian parliament

Crowds of people gathered outside Hungary's parliament building this evening in a show of support for the thousands of stranded migrants camped outside Budapest's main railway station.

The demonstration saw Hungarian's publicly call for EU governments to do more to help the current humanitarian crisis.

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