Miliband: Murdoch controls too much of the market
By Michael Northcott, managementtoday.co.uk, Wednesday, 13 June 2012 10:48AM
Quote of the day: 'I don't believe that one person should continue to control 37 percent of the newspaper market.' Ed Miliband yesterday used the Leveson Inquiry as a platform to call for Rupert Murdoch's News International to be stripped of some of its media properties. 'Part of News International's power and lack of accountability and arrogance came from its share of the newspaper market,' he added. Watch it, Ed, you might still need Murdoch's support if you want to win the next election...
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