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A Murdoch does a 'Prince Harry': James and the climate according to News Corp

The Age Thursday, 16 January 2020
A former News Corp executive ponders what might have been if Rupert Murdoch's younger son, James, had taken held on to the company's reins. Instead, James is on the outer, and condemning News Corp's coverage of climate change.
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