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Published on July 12th, 2011 | by Lara Cronshaw
Image © [caption id="attachment_2827" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="The Face of a Man in Trouble?"]The Face of a Man in Trouble?[/caption] Amid fresh claims Murdoch’s web of deceit spreads shamelessly throughout  News International; including the ‘quality’ paper, The Sunday Times who and the popular Sun, who are now both implicated in sourcing the financial and medical information of Gordon Brown and his family with the help of the ‘criminal underworld,’  the controversial BSkyB take-over was finally thwarted by Cameron yesterday  in a ‘desperate bid to kill the takeover- finally signaling a decisive break with the media mogul.’ Or rather left to the 'poor' Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt to announce sheepishly in the House of Commons, without a single physical sign of the PM. After being referred to the Competition Commission, Murdoch’s bid will now be in limbo for at least the next six months, during which time the commission will decide on whether or not it is indeed fit to go ahead. It has already been suggested thought that this is merely a stumbling block in the grand scheme of things and that the intended take over will still go ahead once all the scandal and attention has dies down.. It seems unlikely to me, at this point on time, with such an array of shocking stories spilling, out thick and fast, that Britain as a whole would want to forgive, forget and let Murdoch’s empire monopolise our press even more. If this is allowed, and what has happened is a sign of things to come, the trouble may have only just began.  

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The Murdoch Mess

The Face of a Man in Trouble?

The Face of a Man in Trouble?

Amid fresh claims Murdoch’s web of deceit spreads shamelessly throughout  News International; including the ‘quality’ paper, The Sunday Times who and the popular Sun, who are now both implicated in sourcing the financial and medical information of Gordon Brown and his family with the help of the ‘criminal underworld,’  the controversial BSkyB take-over was finally thwarted by Cameron yesterday  in a ‘desperate bid to kill the takeover- finally signaling a decisive break with the media mogul.’ Or rather left to the ‘poor‘ Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt to announce sheepishly in the House of Commons, without a single physical sign of the PM.

After being referred to the Competition Commission, Murdoch’s bid will now be in limbo for at least the next six months, during which time the commission will decide on whether or not it is indeed fit to go ahead.

It has already been suggested thought that this is merely a stumbling block in the grand scheme of things and that the intended take over will still go ahead once all the scandal and attention has dies down..

It seems unlikely to me, at this point on time, with such an array of shocking stories spilling, out thick and fast, that Britain as a whole would want to forgive, forget and let Murdoch’s empire monopolise our press even more. If this is allowed, and what has happened is a sign of things to come, the trouble may have only just began.

 

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