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Met Police officers investigating Mirror titles 'sitting on dozens of unopened bin-bags of material', reports The TimesBy William Turvill | 30 Mar 2015
The Metropolitan Police is reportedly “sitting on dozens of unopened bin-bags of material” gathered by officers investigating Trinity Mirror national newspapers.
By PA Media Lawyer | 25 Mar 2015
A claim by lawyers for phone-hacking victims that they had suffered "unparalleled" harm was simply wrong, the High Court has heard.
Ex-Daily Mirror journalist James Hipwell tells court hacking was 'endemic' - and denies 'ultimate payback' motivationBy PA Mediapoint | 16 Mar 2015
Former Mirror Group journalist James Hipwell has denied that giving evidence to the High Court phone-hacking trial was the "ultimate payback" for going to prison over the "City Slickers" share-dealing scandal.
Ex-Sunday Mirror journalist Dan Evans tells court how he became 'in-house hacker' after tutoring from 'inner circle'By William Turvill and Press Association | 13 Mar 2015
Former Sunday Mirror journalist Dan Evans (pictured, Reuters) told the High Court yesterday how he would "place myself in [the] shoes" of phone-hacking targets to crack their PIN codes.
By Dominic Ponsford | 10 Mar 2015
Former News of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck has reassured colleagues that there is life after being caught up in the police investigations into hacking and payments.
By PA Mediapoint | 10 Mar 2015
The flight attendant ex-girlfriend of footballer Rio Ferdinand sobbed as she told the High Court that the hacking of her voicemails had left her feeling "hounded" by the press.
Former Corrie actress tells how Mirror phone-hacking led to 'secret marriage', break-up and I'm a Celebrity... storiesBy PA Mediapoint | 09 Mar 2015
Actress Shobna Gulati (pictured, Shutterstock) has told the High Court that phone-hacking led to her son being bullied at school.
Trinity Mirror: No evidence hacking was widespread, no cover-up, company has cooperated fully with policeBy Dominic Ponsford | 08 Mar 2015
Trinity Mirror has denied claims made in court that a "horde" of its journalists were involved in phone-hacking.
Mirror titles spent £2.25m paying private investigators from 2000 to 2007, High Court hacking trial toldBy PA Mediapoint | 05 Mar 2015
An individual's right to control his or her private information was "cruelly and irretrievably" taken away by Mirror Group Newspapers, the High Court phone-hacking trial has heard.
By PA Mediapoint | 03 Mar 2015
Phone-hacking was "rife" at all three of Mirror Group Newspaper's (MGN) national titles by mid-1999 at the latest, the High Court has heard.
Cost cuts help Trinity Mirror increase profit to £102.3m despite £12m hacking costs and falling revenueBy William Turvill | 02 Mar 2015
The publisher set aside £12m for legal costs associated “historic legal issues”, including phone-hacking, last year, and it said today there is “present uncertainty” about how much this could cost in the future.
By Press Gazette | 02 Mar 2015
A hearing to decide the amount of compensation to be awarded in civil phone-hacking claims brought against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) is due to start at the High Court today. Eight representative cases, none of which have settled, will be considered by Mr Justice Mann in London. They concer
By Press Gazette | 13 Feb 2015
Trinity Mirror has publicly apologised for phone-hacking and said civil claims will cost the company millions more than first thought.
By PA Mediapoint | 28 Jan 2015
Mr Justice Mann allowed applications by News Group Newspapers (NGN) for summary judgment on the basis that the terms of the settlement reached in their first claims barred the new actions, because they fell within the settled claims.
Mirror hacking claims: Phil Tufnell, Neil Morrissey, Natasha Kaplinsky and others bring legal actions total to 50By William Turvill | 27 Jan 2015
Trinity Mirror is facing a fresh wave of phone-hacking compensation claims after the current group are settled in the High Court.
By William Turvill | 22 Dec 2014
James Weatherup (pictured, Reuters) and Neville Thurlbeck are suing News Group Newspapers for unfair dismissal after losing their jobs in the aftermath of the phone-hacking scandal.
By William Turvill | 18 Dec 2014
Last month, Graham Johnson, 46, pleaded guilty at Westminster Magistrates' Court to intercepting communications in the course of transmission without lawful authority.
News Corp records operating loss of £3.5m - down from £51m profit - as company spends £100m on legal fees and hacking falloutBy William Turvill | 17 Dec 2014
News Corp made an operating loss of £3.5m, down year on year from a £51m profit, in the year to June as it spent more than £100m on legal costs and financing the Management and Standards Committee.
News of the World features editor Jules Stenson pleads guilty to phone-hacking as Neil Wallis denies offenceBy PA Mediapoint | 12 Dec 2014
At a hearing at the Old Bailey former features editor Jules Stenson admitted conspiring to intercept voicemail messages between 1 January 2003 and 26 January 2007.
Sunday Mirror journalist who approached police with confession pleads guilty to phone-hacking over a week in 2001By PA Mediapoint | 06 Nov 2014
Graham Johnson, 46, pleaded guilty at Westminster Magistrates' Court to intercepting communications in the course of transmission without lawful authority.