By Darren Boyle 28 February 15:50
Operation Elveden detectives have charged a former Surrey police officer with conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office, it was announced today.
By Press Association 28 February 15:26
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks spoke of her embarrassment today at turning down the exclusive story on the MPs' expenses scandal.
By Press Association 27 February 14:51
Advertisements are to be placed in national newspapers alerting victims of sex abuse by Jimmy Savile to the availability of compensation, lawyers have said.
By Press Association 27 February 13:52
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks has admitted paying public officials for information on "half a dozen" occasions during her time as a newspaper editor.
By Press Association 27 February 12:36
Former Sun editor Rebekah Brooks told a court the newspaper's coverage of boxer Frank Bruno's mental breakdown was a "terrible mistake".
By Press Association 26 February 16:43
The first phone hacking arrests at the News of the World caused Rebekah Brooks "huge shock and confusion", the former editor said in court today.
By Darren Boyle 26 February 14:49
Journalists Tom Wells, Neil Millard and Brandon Malinsky from The Sun and Graham Brough formerly of the Mirror will appear before Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 10 March 2014.
By Press Association 26 February 12:57
Rebekah Brooks told how her "complicated" relationship with ex lover Andy Coulson came under strain as they chased David Beckham stories for rival papers. Brooks used her friendship with Victoria Beckham and her footballer husband to demonstrate the "Chinese Wall" between them as they edited sister papers, the Sun and the News of the World. Brooks began editing the Sun in 2003 while co-defendant Coulson took over from her at the News of the World, the Old Bailey heard.
By Press Gazette 26 February 11:12
The former editor of a Hong Kong newspaper whose abrupt dismissal in January sparked protests over press freedom is in critical condition after being hacked by an attacker with a meat cleaver.
By Darren Boyle 25 February 14:14
A top Irish sports reporter has been charged with 50 counts of sexual abuse on a female – including one attack at the country’s premier sporting venue.
By Press Association 25 February 13:01
Rebekah Brooks had nothing to do with the hacking of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler's phone and was left feeling "shock and horror" when she found out what had happened, she has told a court.
By Darren Boyle 24 February 16:14
A top Irish journalist is expected to appear in court next week in connection allegations that he sexually abused a 14-year-old girl.
PR guru Max Clifford tipped-off the News of the World that Countess of Wessex was selling Royal Family accessBy Press Gazette 21 February 16:25
Max Clifford tipped-off the News of the World that the Countess of Wessex’s PR company was selling access to the Royal Family, the hacking trial has heard.
By Press Association 21 February 13:34
The disappearance of a little girl called Sarah Payne led to the "defining" campaign of Rebekah Brooks's editorship.
By Press Association 21 February 12:50
Rebekah Brooks started fertility treatment in a bid to start a family with Ross Kemp, the hacking trial has heard.
By Press Association 21 February 11:55
Rebekah Brooks paid £1,000,000 to buy up David Beckham’s autobiography, she told the Old Bailey.
By Darren Boyle 21 February 9:49
A Metropolitan Police officer has been charged with leaking information to newspapers as part of Operation Elveden.
Rebekah Brooks brought Greg Miskiw back from New York as his US operation was 'a waste of money', court toldBy Press Association 20 February 16:19
Rebekah Brooks brought former News of the World news editor Greg Miskiw back from his job in New York because she considered the role “a waste of money” the Old Bailey heard today.
Hacking trial: Rebekah Brooks admits using private detectives but denies all knowledge of Glenn Mulcaire and phone-hackingBy Press Association 20 February 15:14
Rebekah Brooks has denied knowing anything about phone-hacking while she was editor of the News of the World.
By Press Association 20 February 14:59
Rebekah Brooks met with Tony Blair and the “original New Labour crew” before the The Sun dramatically switched sides before the 1997 General Election, the Old Bailey heard today.