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The Prime Minister has called for a public inquiry into the ongoing hacking scandal that has led the News of the World to declare that it will close doors following one last issue this Sunday. But does the shutting of the tabloid and a judge-led independent enquiry adequately respond to the still unravelling scandal that has already implicated not only the Murdoch empire but the British political class and police?