Regulator could take evidence on the corporate governance implications of the 21st Century Fox bid for Sky.
Corporate governance could be a major issue at the heart of an investigation by regulators after they were asked to examine the £11.7bn takeover of Sky by Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox.
Ofcom is to look at the takeover after it was referred by culture secretary Karen Bradley. She told the House of Commons in a debate this week that "governance" could be placed on the regulator's agenda.
"I was clear in my original 'minded to' letter and in the statement I made to the House on 6 March that corporate governance was one of the issues on which I was referring the matter to Ofcom, and therefore I would expect it to look at that.
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