Below is a taste of what's going on across the pond, via The Guardian. Here's to the fall of the Rupert Murdoch empire, and all the sleazy goons who were involved.
The bad news:
The chairman of the Commons Culture Committee, John Whittingdale, has told Sky News that parliament has the power to compel only British citizens to appear before committees - meaning that Rupert Murdoch is out of reach.
Please follow the link for amazing details, because this is only a tiny peek, a general overview. Today's posts have been fascinating.
Here's a round-up of tomorrow's front pages, courtesy of Amy Fallon:
• The Guardian: "Parliament versus Murdoch"
• The Sun: "Brown wrong - We didn't probe son's medical records"
• The Times: "Crisis talks as Cameron as joins the revolt against the Murdochs"
• The Daily Telegraph: "Hacking scandal executives face threat of police inquiry"
• The Financial Times: "Parties unite in Commons vote to oppose Murdoch's BSkyB bid"
• The Independent: "Party leaders unite against Murdoch"