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News Corp’s News International is looking into “editorial practices” at its news outlets.  According to the Guardian, the UK Times and its Sunday edition will be “interviewed by lawyers” for the review this week.

“Key staff” will be expected to tell the lawyers if they have used phone hacking “and what methods they employed in order to get stories.”

The Guardian added:

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