“…The Sun on Monday: Shocking scale of paper’s corruption exposed at Leveson…”

“…Senior executives at The Sun spun a web of corruption across British public life – channelling hundreds of thousands of pounds into a network of crooked police and officials – according to the lead officer in Scotland Yard’s investigations into the press.

In sensational evidence at the Leveson Inquiry into media standards, the Metropolitan Police’s Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Sue Akers, revealed that a “culture of illegal payments” had taken grip of Britain’s best-selling newspaper…”

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The Sun on Monday: Shocking scale of paper’s corruption exposed at Leveson – Crime – UK – The Independent.

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