Former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis said he is "glad" that Rupert Murdoch "stood by his staff" after hearing secret audio recordings made during a News Corp meeting.
Phone-hacking charges against Mr Wallis were dropped in February this year.
He also replied to a Twitter user who asked whether he thought Murdoch was "really backing the staff":
More top news
Temperatures will continue to rise over the next few days reaching in excess of 30C in places by midweek. Don't forget the suncream!
Opposition fans appeared to outnumber their Group G rivals on Friday but many England fans began to arrive in the city, 250 miles east of Mo
President Emmerson Mnangagwa was whisked to a state house in Bulawayo.