UK police chief denies criticizing UK's PM Cameron

LONDON - The outgoing head of London's police said on Tuesday that his resignation statement was not an attack on the way UK Prime Minister David Cameron had handled a phone hacking crisis.
"I was taking no such swipe at the prime minister," Paul Stephenson told a parliamentary committee investigating the crisis engulfing Rupert Murdoch's News Corp media empire and the police.Stephenson announced his resignation on Sunday after it emerged that the force had hired Neil Wallis, a former deputy newspaper editor now implicated in the scandal, as a media adviser.
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