What Rupert Murdoch meant by a Fleet Street culture of commerce | Media | guardian.co.uk:
"Though it may be stretching things to say Rupert Murdoch "welcomes" being questioned once again by hostile politicians in public he won't be too alarmed at the prospect.
He is surely aware that the statements he made when addressing Sun journalists give him just enough wriggle room to brush aside any allegations of wrong-doing on his part. They don't furnish any proof that he was aware of any specific illegality.
All the same, the covertly-made tape recording is hugely embarrassing for him. The fact it was made at all is significant. Similarly, so is its leaking. Murdoch will view it as an act of betrayal."
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