Economy 30 January 2013 Who are the other two cabinet ministers who dined with Murdoch? Jeremy Hunt has "never been to Rupert Murdoch's house", says a spokeswoman, but what about Michael Gove? Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML Even with his company under criminal investigation, politicians continue to pay fealty to Rupert Murdoch. Boris Johnson and George Osborne were recently revealed to have attended a private dinner at the media mogul's apartment in Mayfair. A spokesman for Osborne said: "We are happy to confirm he attended the dinner. It will be declared in the usual way". Intriguingly, the Evening Standard reported yesterday that "Murdoch gave another dinner in his Green Park flat" at which two unnamed cabinet ministers were present. So who were they? Suspicion alighted on Michael Gove, a former Times journalist, who has met Murdoch more times than any other cabinet minister, and Jeremy Hunt, who enjoyed famously warm relations with News Corp during the BSkyB bid. We've yet to hear back from Gove's office but asked whether Hunt attended the dinner a spokeswoman for the Health Secretary said: "No, Jeremy’s never been to Rupert Murdoch’s house." The hunt continues. › Amazon reports profit plummeting, stocks hit record high Education Secretary Michael Gove has met Rupert Murdoch seven times since May 2010. Photograph: Getty Images. George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman. Subscribe More Related articles Hull revisited: What happens when a Brexit stronghold becomes City of Culture? Keir Starmer's Brexit diary: Why doesn't David Davis want to answer my questions? What is the EU customs union and will Brexit make us leave?