Update: The Latest from David Cameron's Parliament Appearance

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Prime Minister David Cameron leaves Number 10 Downing Street for Parliament on July 20, 2011. Cameron was on his way to make a statement on the phone-hacking scandal before Members of Parliament. (Christopher Furlong/Getty Images/Getty)

Prime Minister David Cameron has been appearing before Parliament this morning, defending himself over his ties to News Corporation and the hacking and bribery allegations that have enveloped the company. Cameron vowed the current investigation would widen to include the entire British media. The BBC's Robin Brant reports with the latest on Cameron's appearance.

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Robin Brant

Comments [2]

john richard from mexico police hedquarters

i hate it u losers

Nov. 02 2011 01:43 PM
oliver Williams from NYC

Re: Murdoch et al: David Cameron says he would have behaved differently if he had known then what he knows now.

I am sure Neville Chamberlain would have said the same after declaring peace in our time.

For this we pay them the big bucks?

Jul. 20 2011 09:56 AM

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