Labour's Shadow Culture Secretary Harriet Harman has blamed Rupert Murdoch's "monopolistic ownership" of the media for the problems revealed by the Leveson Inquiry:
Changes at the top of BSkyB should not distract us from the fundamental, structural problems of media ownership. [Rupert] Murdoch owns too many newspapers...The problems revealed by the Leveson Inquiry are a result of the absence of a proper complaints system and too great a concentration of media power...It is clear that there is a fundamental problem of monopolistic ownership.
James Murdoch says he resigned to stop BSkyB from being tainted by the phone hacking allegations levelled at News International.
The MPs' report into phone hacking is likely to accuse some witnesses of misleading Parliament. Will James Murdoch be among them?