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By William Turvill | 08 Apr 2013
Former News of the World executive editor Neil Wallis has blasted the Metropolitan Police after it was revealed that it has spent an “incredible” £19.5m on operations Weeting, Elveden and Tuleta.
By William Turvill | 20 Mar 2013
At least 59 journalists have been arrested in the UK since April 2011 in an unprecedented police crackdown on the UK media. Here we publish a comprehensive timeline detailing the arrests so far.
By Press Gazette | 04 Mar 2013
At 9.55pm last Thursday former News of the World executive editor Neil Wallis’s lawyer received a brief email from the Crown Prosecution Service.
It said: “At 11am tomorrow morning we are going to announce a ruling on your client.”
Neil Wallis says 'political arrest' was a 'fishing expedition' after 21 months of 'constant anguish'By Dominic Ponsford | 25 Feb 2013
Former News of the World executive editor Neil Wallis has spoken out about the “political arrest” which put his life in limbo for the 21 months he was kept on police bail.
By Andrew Pugh | 13 Feb 2013
The arrest of six former News of the World journalists this morning could result in a new wave of civil claims, according to a lawyer acting for more than 100 alleged victims. The Met said the six had been arrested for alleged offences that took place between 2005-06 that they were separate from
By Press Gazette | 13 Feb 2013
Officers from Operation Weeting have arrested six former News of the World journalists in relation to the phone-hacking investigation.
By PA Media Lawyer | 03 Jan 2013
Five police officers and a member of civilian staff involved in Operation Weeting, the Metropolitan Police's phone-hacking probe, have faced misconduct allegations, it emerged today.
By Press Gazette | 20 Dec 2012
A man has been arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice by detectives investigating allegations of phone-hacking.