LONDON (AFP) - The outgoing head of Scotland Yard told lawmakers Tuesday that 10 out 45 members of the forces press office previously worked for Rupert Murdochs British newspaper arm News International. Metropolitan Police Commissioner Paul Stephenson was giving evidence to a parliamentary committee two days after he resigned over Britains phone-hacking scandal, including questions about the forces links to Murdochs empire. I understand that there are 10 members of the DPA (Directorate of Public Affairs press office) staff who have worked in News International in the past, Stephenson, Britains most senior police officer, told lawmakers. He had earlier told the committee that the force employed a total of 45 press officers.