News Corp. Phone Hacking Scandal Takes Toll on British Prime Minister Cameron

The Takeaway
British Prime Minister David Cameron is the latest figure to be dragged into the News of the World  phone hacking scandal. Cameron was  apparently  warned several times not to employ former News editor Andy Coulson as his chief spokesman. Now, the media is questioning what this means about Cameron's judgement and character. Sarah Lyall, reporter for our partner, The New York Times, and author of "The Anglo Files: A Field Guide to the British," tells us how the scandal is impacting Cameron's standing with the British public.
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