Phone-hacking

By Press Association and Press Gazette | 17 Apr 2014
Paranoia over leaks rather than hacking at the News of the World prompted Andy Coulson to send an e-mail ordering: "Do his phone", jurors at the trial were told yesterday.
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By Press Association and Press Gazette | 16 Apr 2014
Coulson told the Old Bailey trial he initially called a halt to the story in 2004 but later changed his mind and confronted Mr Blunkett about it.
By Press Association and Press Gazette | 15 Apr 2014
Andy Coulson today denied he was a bully and "absolutely rejected" that there was a culture of bullying at the News of the World while he was editor.
By Press Association and Press Gazette | 15 Apr 2014
He did not know the practice was illegal but would have regarded it as "intrusive" and "lazy journalism", he told the jury at the Old Bailey hacking trial.
By Press Association and Press Gazette | 14 Apr 2014
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson went into the witness box today to defend himself against allegations of conspiracies to hack phones and pay public officials for stories.
By PA Mediapoint | 09 Apr 2014
Former News of the World managing editor Stuart Kuttner has told a court that the concept of phone-hacking was "far removed" from his idea of newspaper reporting and he wanted his staff to use traditional means of generating stories.
By PA Mediapoint | 08 Apr 2014
The former managing editor of the News of the World told a court today that he thought demands for cash from convicted hacker Clive Goodman were "excessive".
By PA Mediapoint | 03 Apr 2014
Former News International security chief Mark Hanna told the phone-hacking trial at the Old Bailey yesterday that he agreed to "look after" bags of property for Charlie Brooks, but it would have been "a different ball game altogether" if it was for his wife, Rebekah Brooks.
By Press Gazette | 01 Apr 2014
Rebekah Brooks's husband has told the hacking trial that he felt "ashamed" and "mortified" over the bungled bid to hide property from police.
By PA Mediapoint | 31 Mar 2014
The husband of former News International boss Rebekah Brooks has said that hiding a laptop and a stash of pornography from police was "incredibly stupid and rash".
By PA Mediapoint | 26 Mar 2014
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch pleaded with Rebekah Brooks's personal assistant to stop her boss resigning at the height of the phone-hacking crisis, a court heard today.
By PA Mediapoint | 25 Mar 2014
The personal assistant to newspaper chief Rebekah Brooks removed boxes of her boss's notebooks from storage at the request of archive staff - not because of secret plans to scupper police investigations into phone hacking, the Old Bailey heard.
By PA Mediapoint | 17 Mar 2014
Former News of the World reporter Clive Goodman told the hacking trial today that some of his sources were members of the Royal Family.
By PA Mediapoint | 10 Mar 2014
Rebekah Brooks was asked to approve cash payments to public officials for stories such as a wife-swapping mayor, the phone-hacking trial has heard.
By PA Mediapoint | 04 Mar 2014
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks has told the Old Bailey she received death threats after it emerged that murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler's phone had been hacked.
By Dominic Ponsford | 18 Feb 2014
An international group of press freedom organisations has urged David Cameron to scrap the Royal Charter-backed system of press regulation and lay off The Guardian. The letter has been sent to Cameron in the wake of an unprecedented press freedom mission to the UK organised by the World Associati
Piers Morgan
By Press Association | 14 Feb 2014
Former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan has been questioned over claims of phone hacking, he confirmed today.
By PA Mediapoint | 29 Jan 2014

Former tabloid reporter Dan Evans has been challenged in court over his allegation that his boss at the News of the World exclaimed "Brilliant!" when he heard a tape of actress Sienna Miller's voicemail message to Bond star Daniel Craig.

Former Times editor James Harding
By Press Association | 23 Jan 2014
Rebekah Brooks asked Times editor James Harding to reveal his sources on the Milly Dowler phone-hacking story, a court has heard.
By Press Gazette | 16 Jan 2014
The hacking trial has been told that a pornographic magazine called Lesbian Lovers and seven DVDs were among the material which placed by Charlie Brooks behind bins in an underground car park on the day his wife was arrested by police.

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