British Press Inquiry Sheds Light On P.M.'s Social Circle
By: Philip Reeves
May 12, 2012
For months, the British have been holding a public inquiry into press ethics. The government set this up after a big outcry over the phone hacking scandal at Rupert Murdoch's News of the World. The inquiry is shining a light into the secluded world of the people who run that ancient country, in particular, says NPR's Philip Reeves, the prime minister's social set.
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