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:
Mr Murdoch welcomes the opportunity to return to the Select Committee and answer their questions.
He looks forward to clearing up any misconceptions as soon as possible.
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