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A spokesman for News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch has announced that he has accepted the request by MPs on the culture, media and sport committee to appear in front of them again, after a recording emerged of him apparently venting his anger about police investigations into his newspapers:
Police will "fully assess" a recording of comments apparently made by Rupert Murdoch during a meeting with News International journalists.
Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick confirmed the force is trying to get a copy of the clip of Mr Murdoch speaking to members of staff from the Sun in March.
- No date has yet been agreed for Rupert Murdoch to reappear before MPs, but it is not expected to be until the autumn
- It comes after a recording emerged of him apparently venting his anger about police investigations into phone-hacking and payments to officials
- Scotland Yard is currently assessing the recording made during a meeting with News International journalists
Rupert Murdoch has been invited to re-appear before the Commons Culture Media and Sport committee. It comes after a recording emerged of him apparently telling journalists he regretted the level of co-operation given by News International to the investigation into phone hacking and illegal payments.