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Preventative Cull

So James Murdoch, heir apparent of News International, has decided to close the News of the World leaving ordinary employees - a great many of whom, so we are told, were not in post during the days of hacking phones of murder victims' families.

Yet the executives who oversaw such deceit and corruption remain.

This is ultimately yet another cynical move by the Murdoch Empire, spoofed brilliantly by the News Thump blog.

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