Minggu, 10 Juli 2011

Labour Party Vows To Fight Against Murdoch's Offer To Take Over The Cable Company

LONDON - The offer of $ 12 million by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation to take over Britain's most lucrative satellite radio company, British Sky Broadcasting, has experienced new challenges on Sunday when the Labor Party Opposition has agreed to take the battle against the purchase of a vote in the House of Commons - a step that, if successful, could be fatal to the nomination.

Effort News Corporation to buy 61 percent of the company, which does not already own in danger because of the phone hacking scandal that led to the arrest this weekend in the New World tabloid which was one of the leading newspapers Murdoch. Many commentators in the United Kingdom has seen the closure of the leaf as a movement to cauterize the phone-piracy crisis and registration of the candidacy of the more profitable company, known as BSkyB.

Labour Party another step towards recovery from 80 years, Mr. Murdoch has landed at an airport outside London to take direct control of the crisis that enveloped his company for the management of News International, News Corporation, based London subsidiary.

Apparently, he wanted to underscore his support for his management team in Britain, the leaders of organized international media later in the day of the new images taken with a smile of Murdoch and his son, James New International President, and Rebecca Brooks, a former editor of World News, which is the executive director of the subsidiary. Both have been a lot of public outrage that has been done to Murdoch empire in Britain since the scandal of calling long burning hacking erupted again last week.

Ed Miliband, the Labour leader, announced his intention to force a vote on the takeover of the Commons in a morning talk to the BBC on Sunday, saying he regretted having to take the plunge, but that the new Prime Minister David Cameron was left with no option to bid on his opponents with his refusal to take measures to stop the recovery. Cameron said his coalition government of Conservatives and Liberal Democrats are bound by law not to interfere with the regulatory review of the supply of British Sky Broadcasting, which has displaced nearly a compensation case.

Interviewed by Andrew Marr, the host of the BBC, Mr Miliband denied he had "declared war against the Rupert Murdoch" - which is already the British media tycoon the most powerful, with political influence through intimidating the decades that have led the governments of Britain, Labour and Conservatives, to search for it.

The reluctance of politicians to alienate the media barons powerful communication has been acknowledged with unusual frankness on Friday by Mr Cameron, who said in a press conference that the news of the scandal in the world have demonstrated the importance to stop what he called the "cozy" relationship between the media in the UK, politicians and police. In a press conference, announced plans for new regulatory controls to eliminate a pattern of unhealthy and potentially illegal collaboration of them.

Miliband did not mince his words when asking Mr Cameron to reverse the course of British Sky Broadcasting repurchase and instruct the responsible minister, Jeremy Hunt, the culture secretary, referring to the attempt by the Competition Commission in the UK which has the power to kill the application, a decision that would lead to an excessive concentration of ownership of the British media.

In the spring hunting of Mr. issued a preliminary ruling that would save the offer of control of the Commission, but delayed a final decision until there is a delay required to allow public submissions. Friday, Mr. Hunt said he had received 156,000 claims and collective protest with another 100,000 signatures.

Mr Cameron, Mr Miliband said: "We must understand that when the public saw the disgusting revelations we've seen this week, the idea that this organization who participated in these horrible practices, should be allowed to take on BSkyB, to reach 100 percent of the shares without the criminal investigation is complete, and based on assurances from the same organization -. frankly, it just will not wash with the public "

Cameron, the government, where the majority of municipalities and the power to set the agenda of the House, to try to prevent Miliband moves to vote on the proposed transaction. But a phone-hacking scandal turbulent political landscape of Britain than any other event over the years, prevents the sound would be a risky move. Indicating an acute sense of public outrage price phone-hacking policy not to engage, Mr Cameron has announced plans for two public research scandal: between hacking itself, and what the Prime Minister has called the "abysmal failure" and Scotland Yard investigate effectively for more than five years until this year, and the second is "the culture, practices and ethics," and British newspapers.

Estimates of the Prime Minister can be influenced by their coalition partners, the Liberal Democrats, who have declared their own opposition to the takeover, at least until the criminal cases initiated following the phone of piracy have been completed .

Nick Clegg, the Liberal Democrats' leader, Deputy Prime Minister and Vince Cable, Liberal Democrat, as are the secretary of the firm's business in Cameron, said to have made their opposition to the offer known to M . Cameron in strong terms, and can move likely add to severe strains between the coalition partners on other issues that have raised doubts about how long the coalition can not survive.

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