Get ready for another grilling. Media mogul Rupert Murdoch’s son James will testify on Nov. 10 before the British Parliament’s committee investigating News International’s phone-hacking scandal. The heir apparent had appeared before Parliament alongside his father in July, and was recalled in September. Since then, executives working for the Murdochs have contradicted testimony from James over what he knew about the illegal activity. The announcement came as Les Hinton, Murdoch’s right-hand man, appeared before the same committee Monday and said he had in no way been complicit in the scandal.