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Leveson Inquiry - proprietors

During the week beginning Monday 23 April, the Leveson Inquiry on media ethics and press regulation heard from newspaper proprietors.

Full coverage of module one of the inquiry, which ran from November 2011 to February 2012, can be found here.

Full coverage of the second module, dealing with the relationships between the press and police and the extent to which that has operated in the public interest, can be found here.

Further hearings for the week beginning Wednesday 9 May can be found here

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Thursday 26 April

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News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch concluded his evidence to the Leveson inquiry

Wednesday 25 April
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News Corp Chairman Rupert Murdoch gave evidence during the morning session

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Mr Murdoch continued to give evidence in the afternoon session

Tuesday 24 April

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Former News International boss James Murdoch gave evidence during the morning session

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Mr Murdoch continued giving evidence to the inquiry during the afternoon session on Tuesday

Monday 23 April
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The inquiry heard from John Ryley, from Sky News

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Evgeny Lebedev, proprietor of Independent newspapers, and Aidan Barclay, chairman of Telegraph newspapers, gave evidence to the inquiry




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