Ex-Times legal head under scrutiny for 'misleading' High Court witness statement
The former legal manager of The Times, Alastair Brett, has conceded that statements submitted to the High Court in a 2009 case involving email hacking were "not entirely accurate". Brett, who gave evidence at the Leveson Inquiry into media standards yesterday (15 March), told Lord Justice Leveson that witness statements presented to the High Court in the 2009 case involving former Times reporter Patrick Foster "did not give the full story".
The former legal manager of The Times, Alastair Brett, has conceded that statements submitted to the High Court in a 2009 case involving email hacking were “not entirely accurate”.
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