NOTW phone hacking allegations

NOTW phone hacking allegations

Leveson Inquiry: News International ‘tried to influence prosecution’ of royal editor

Internal emails show that News International tried to influence the prosecution of former News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman for phone hacking, the Leveson Inquiry heard today.

Ex-News of the World journalist testifies against former employers at Leveson Inquiry

FORMER editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson were aware News of the World journalists hacked phones, one of the paper’s ex-reporters told the Leveson Inquiry yesterday.

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Leveson Inquiry: Phone hacking ‘much more widespread’ than NotW, lawyer claims

A lawyer for phone-hacking victims claimed today that the illegal interception of voicemails was “much more widespread” than just the News of the World.

Leveson Inquiry: Hugh Grant accuses Mail on Sunday of hacking his phone

ACTOR Hugh Grant said today that he believes his phone was hacked by the Mail on Sunday - the first time he has implicated a newspaper not owned by Rupert Murdoch in the phone hacking scandal.

Phone hack detective arrested over leaks

The police chief in charge of the phone-hacking investigation spoke of her anger last night as a detective in her own team was arrested over leaks to journalists.

Star couple settle phone-hacking case but plan more suits

CELEBRITY couple Leslie Ash and Lee Chapman have settled their phone hacking claim against the News of the World - and now plan to take action against other newspapers.

Watchdog clears top cops but warns over future hospitality

The Scotland Yard chiefs who quit over the phone-hacking scandal have been cleared of misconduct.

Letter 'exposes cover-up at heart of News of the World'

A "DEVASTATING" letter from the News of the World's former royal correspondent Clive Goodman has said knowledge of phone hacking was widespread at the newspaper and its former editor Andy Coulson lied when he claimed he did not know it was happening.

Text of letter sent by Clive Goodman

Re: Notice of termination of employment

James Murdoch 'set to face MPs again'

JAMES Murdoch is "likely" to be recalled by a parliamentary committee after doubts about his testimony last month were raised by his company's own lawyers.

US supercop not suitable for top job at Met, says May

HOME Secretary Theresa May has ruled out the appointment of a US "supercop" as the new head of Scotland Yard.

61-year-old is 12th arrest in hacking inquiry

Another former News of the World executive was being questioned last night over phone hacking.

Elisabeth Murdoch rejects joining News Corp board as 'inappropriate'

THE daughter of Rupert Murdoch will not be joining the board of her father's News Corporation conglomerate as expected, the company said yesterday.

Rupert Murdoch's foam pie attacker has his jail sentence reduced to four weeks

THE comedian who threw a foam pie at Rupert Murdoch has had his jail sentence reduced on appeal.

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Piers Morgan told 'come back to UK and face phone-hacking quiz'

FORMER Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan should return to the UK to answer "some very serious questions" about allegations of phone hacking.

Alex Salmond publishes exchanges with News International

FIRST MINISTER Alex Salmond has published letters detailing his exchanges with News International executives, including Rupert Murdoch, in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal.

New arrest in phone-hacking scandal

THE former managing editor of the News of the World was arrested yesterday on suspicion of phone hacking and inappropriate payments to police, according to reports.

Six-week jail sentence for man who hurled foam pie at Rupert Murdoch

THE protester who threw a foam pie at Rupert Murdoch has been jailed for six weeks.

IT firm was asked by News International to delete e-mails

AN IT firm has told MPs it was aware of nine occasions when News International asked for e-mails to be deleted over the past 15 months, but said it noticed nothing untoward about the requests.

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