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Watch: Rupert Murdoch says 'This is the most humble day of my life'

The chairman of News Corporation has been giving evidence to MPs in London regarding the phone hacking scandal.

RUPERT MURDOCH AND his son James Murdoch are giving evidence to MPs in London this afternoon.

In a lengthy session before the House of Commons select committee on Culture Media and Sport, the News Corporation chiefs are answering questions about the phone hacking scandal that has forced a number of company executives resign, seen a number of journalists at the News of the World arrested and two of Britain’s most senior police officers step down.

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Mr Murdoch, the octogenarian owner of News Corp, says it is the most humble day of his life:

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