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This week’s jpod includes a look at the accounts of journalists detained in Libya while reporting on revolts in the country, submissions to the government’s consultation on undertakings in News Corporation’s bid for BSkyB and acting deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan police John Yates denies he had misled MPs in relation to the phone hacking investigation. There is also more information on Journalism.co.uk’s fourth news:rewired event, noise to signal, which takes place on 27 May at Thomson Reuters, Canary Wharf.
- Parliament to quiz MP and senior Met officer over phone-hacking investigation
- Guardian: New phone-hacking investigation contacts 4,000
- BBC: Ken Livingstone calls for ‘arms-length relationship’ between media and police
- Guardian.co.uk: Committee to hear police evidence for NOTW phone hacking inquiry
- John Yates resignation statement