Paul Farrelly, member of the House of Commons culture, media and sport select committee, says the committee had to react quickly to the Guardian’s revelations about alleged phone hacking by the News of the World – but acknowledges that ‘the Guardian story has a long pedigree’.
Farrelly adds that the committee will be pursuing the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) further over its phone hacking investigations to date.House of Commons, member, News of the World, Paul Farrelly, Paul Farrelly Paul Farrelly, phone hacking, Press Complaints Commission, See Journalism.co.uk, The Guardian, the News of the World, the Press Complaints Commission
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