News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch has already paid a visit to new Prime Minister David Cameron at Downing Street.
According to the Daily Mirror he “sneaked in by a back door” for a private meeting with Cameron on Tuesday.
The Mirror notes that all four Murdoch papers supported the Conservatives and that Cameron as opposition leader “accepted £34,000 of free private jet flights to talk with the tycoon on his yacht off Greece”. And it reports that the Tories have agreed to two of Murdoch’s key “demands”, to abolish Ofcom and scrap the BBC Trust.
Downing Street and News Corp both refused to comment about the meeting.