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Secrets of UK Journalism

In 2007, News of the World journalist Clive Goodman was jailed for illegally hacking the phones of members of the royal household.

Then, in April, the officer in charge of the police inquiry, assistant commissioner Andy Hayman, left the force for a job at the Rupert Murdoch owned newspaper.

Critics such as the producer of this insightful documentary, ABC Australia, believe Murdoch and British journalists regularly break the law and accuse the police of ignoring their crimes.  

But Murdoch associate and former editor of The Sun, Kelvin MacKenzie, asks: ‘where is the proof?’

Watch Secrets of Journalism – UK, here

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Tags British, police, media, news of the world, journalist, Secrets of Journalism, Kelvin MacKenzie, The Sun, Rupert Murdoch, Clive Goodman, Andy Hayman
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