This is true-ish (yes, the Murdoch media empire is huge) but meaningless in the context of the Age of the Internet.
Wakefield is still broadcasting his ideas to millions, using vehicles such as Mercola.com and the National Vaccine [mis]Information Program, and Age of Autism.
It is also meaningless in the context of science. As we saw in Is It True That One Doctor Supposedly Debunked Andrew Wakefield's Autism Research?, Wakefield's ideas were given a thorough inquiry and found wanting.
Here's the claim:
Wakefied's research never claimed vaccines cause Autism. His research showed that vaccines cause intestinal damage that led to leaky gut syndrome which allowed toxins to enter the bloodstream and brain, And THAT is what caused Autism. The doctor that supposedly debunked his research