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chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch starting a couple days of questioning at the a Britain's High Court in a judges investigating whether political ties -- the company lead to illegal phone hacking and potentially bribery.
Robert -- been covering the story.
-- this week from London and joins us now with the latest Robert.
Hey come on I tried to let us an inquiry proceedings at the royal courts of London lasted some four hours today not including breaks the questioning -- News -- chief executive Rupert Murdoch.
Largely focused on his relationships with British politicians.
Including every prime minister since Margaret Thatcher he was asked if he ever solve favor from leaders in return.
For media support.
I never have to -- -- We are great -- -- -- -- almost sophisticated level doesn't fit you see.
Do you seek to demonstrate.
The opinions anyway -- you have the -- -- on the same page.
Politically is that you want to -- and they understand it and walls sense of the extent to achieve my tell she was.
Is that -- Nine -- didn't expect any help from her.
Murdoch was also asked about his relationships with prime ministers John Major Tony Blair -- Gordon brown and David Cameron.
-- -- for the inquiry Robert.
A suggestion he refuted.
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Murdoch said he never considered a link between the signs backing of prime minister David Cameron in return for possible support.
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He testified at the -- -- -- British media practice is was needed after quote some abuses.
I'm not to the phone hacking scandal at the now defunct news of the world newspaper.
And he -- said he does not believe in hacking mobile phone messages or in using private detectives calling the methods.
Lazy journalism Rupert Murdoch is slated to resume testimony tomorrow morning at 10 AM local time.
This court is a parent company in the Fox Business Network -- back to you -- Robert Robert -- there live stuff from London for.
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