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06 Mar 2014
Rebekah Brooks denied today that she "cooked the books" to hide a £92,000 contract with a phone hacker when she was editor of the News of the World.
Rebekah Brooks defends claim hacking was one rogue reporter: 'It was believed to be true at the time'05 Mar 2014
Rebekah Brooks was accused in court today of carrying on a "cover up" over the extent of phone hacking at the News of the World.
Rebekah Brooks tells hacking trial: 'I received death threats' after Milly Dowler revelations were published04 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.
03 Mar 2014
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks, from Oxfordshire, has explained why the paper previously sought to stop private investigator Glenn Mulcaire naming names of journalists involved in phone-hacking.
24 Feb 2014
Piers Morgan's prime-time talk show has been cancelled with the journalist admitting the audience in the United States is getting "tired" of him.
11 Feb 2014
Former director-general Greg Dyke has criticised the role played by Lord Patten during the BBC's recent troubles.
11 Feb 2014
Controversial documentary series Benefits Street looks set to return for a second series - but will not be filming in Birmingham.
04 Feb 2014
Former BBC boss Mark Thompson has apologised for the corporation's failed Digital Media Initiative (DMI) which was scrapped at the cost of almost £100 million of licence fee-payers' money.
29 Jan 2014
Dan Evans admits 'sticky keys defence' lie about phone-hacking but insists evidence against Coulson is the truth29 Jan 2014
14 Jan 2014
CCTV film was shown to the hacking trial today to illustrate the alleged plot to hide evidence from police on the day of Rebekah Brooks's arrest.
07 Jan 2014
A News International archivist handed over boxes of then chief executive Rebekah Brooks' notebooks, hours after Andy Coulson was arrested in connection with phone-hacking, the Old Bailey heard.
16 Dec 2013
The BBC "put its reputation at risk" with pay-offs for senior staff which included £470,000 after 54 days in the job for ex director general George Entwistle and £949,000 for ex deputy director general and head of news Mark Byford.
12 Dec 2013
A 26-year-old film-maker who was sleeping rough for a project on homelessness died from natural causes, a coroner has decided.
25 Nov 2013
Seven journalists, three prison officers and one police officer have denied separate allegations relating to an investigation into payments made to police and public officials.
01 Nov 2013
01 Nov 2013
Prosecutors will today continue to lay out the case against former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and ex-News of the World editor Andy Coulson and other colleagues accused of phone hacking, after it was revealed that the former colleagues had an affair for at least six years.
30 Oct 2013
The Queen has given her approval to a new Royal Charter governing the regulation of the press.
Cameron threatens injunctions and other 'tough measures' if Guardian fails to show 'social responsibility' over Snowden leaks28 Oct 2013
Newspapers could have injunctions imposed on them if they fail to act responsibly by publishing further "damaging" security leaks, David Cameron warned today.