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Phone hacking: Commons hearings in full

Here are the full sessions of debates and committee hearings covered by Democracy Live over recent months into alleged phone hacking.

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30 April 2012

Ed Miliband calls for independent inquiry into Jeremy Hunt's conduct over the BSkyB bid

25 April 2012

Jeremy Hunt dismisses calls to resign over his handling of BSkyB bid

10 November 2011

James Murdoch returned to the Culture Committee to give further evidence

19 October 2011

Julian Pike, a lawyer who advised News International, gave evidence to the Culture Committee

6 September 2011

Colin Myler and Tom Crone were among witnesses to the committee

20 July 2011

David Cameron statement to the Commons

The House of Commons debate on phone hacking

19 July 2011

Culture committee: Rupert and James Murdoch

Culture committee: Rebekah Brooks

Home Affairs committee: Ex-senior Met Police officers

18 July 2011

Theresa May statement after Met Police resignations

15 July 2011

House of Lords phone hacking debate

13 July 2011

Opposition debate: BSkyB takeover

Commons hacking statement

12 July 2011

Senior police officers, including Peter Clarke, Andy Hayman and John Yates gave evidence to the Home Affairs committee

11 July 2011

Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt statement on referring BSkyB bid to Competition Commission

6 July 2011

Chris Bryant opened an emergency debate on phone hacking

30 June 2011

Tom Watson asked Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt to answer an urgent question in the Commons on the proposed BSkyB takeover

5 April 2011

Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer at Home Affairs Committee

24 March 2011

Metropolitan Police Acting Deputy Commissioner John Yates at Culture, Media and Sport Committee

10 March 2011

Labour MP Chris Bryant holds an adjournment debate

25 January 2011

Lord Lester of Herne Hill at Standards and Privileges Committee

9 September 2010

MPs debate phone hacking in the House of Commons

7 September 2010

The then Assistant Commissioner John Yates at Home Affairs Committee

6 September 2010

Home Secretary Theresa May answers an urgent question on phone-hacking

11 March 2003

Rebekah Wade and Andy Coulson gave evidence to the culture committee

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