‘Murdoch’s Politics: How One Man’s Thirst for Wealth and Power Shapes Our World’ | P. Hartley

‘Murdoch’s Politics: How One Man’s Thirst for Wealth and Power Shapes Our World’ | P. Hartley

Murdoch’s Politics should remind us that the Leveson inquiry and the debates about press freedom have enabled the real issue to be resolutely avoided. The issue that we should be debating is the extraordinary concentration of the press in a small number of hands and the enormous political power that the owners wield. Unless media ownership is dispersed, we will never have a free press.

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