From The Telegraph:
The news came after it was reported that journalists being investigated over alleged payments to public officials are being put under pressure to implicate senior executives at Rupert Murdoch's company. More than 20 journalists at The Sun have been arrested as part of the police's Operation Elveden, and some have been apparently asked to identify bosses who may have known about or condoned payments to public officials in return for information.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/...
One of the journalists is said to believe that police are looking for evidence that could implicate News International at a corporate level in the alleged corruption. The 1906 Prevention of Corruption Act allows charges to be brought at a corporate level...
Police working on Operation Elveden have been investigating allegations that journalists paid public officials such as police officers, hospital staff and prison officers for information. The majority of the 21 reporters to be arrested have returned to work at The Sun, which is also paying their legal costs.
Glad to see Scotland Yard is eyeing the big fish.
Separately, the Department of Justice here in the U.S. is said to be preparing/considering FCPA (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) charges against Newscorp. stemming from the Bribery component of the scandal.
Thank FSM President Obama was elected to a second term, as a Romney Administration (blech) would have likely helped Murdoch sweep it all under the rug.