Lord Blair's son took Sun work experience
Former Metropolitan Police chief Lord Blair's son did work experience at The Sun, the peer has told the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics
Lord Blair defended his son's placement at the paper. He said the work experience was "perfectly normal", and that the "current debate on internships was not play at that time". He said his son was "about 15" at the time.
Today it also emerged that the Attorney General is examining Sue Akers’ testimony to the Leveson Inquiry amid concerns that her remarks were in contempt of court.
The Metropolitan Police's Deputy Assistant Commissioner and head of investigations into hacking and bribes had alleged to the inquiry that there was a “network of corrupted officials” linked to News International.