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11 Apr 2014
The mother of murdered Sarah Payne gave evidence in the hacking trial today and said the News of the World had been a "force for good".
10 Apr 2014
The former News of the World managing editor Stuart Kuttner has described former royal editor Clive Goodman's performance at the title as "in later years disappointing" - but told the phone-hacking trial he had no animosity towards him.
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.
Clive Goodman's 'demands for cash payments were excessive', Stuart Kuttner tells phone-hacking trial08 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".
NI security chief admits looking after Charlie Brooks laptops, letters and porn: 'We look after a lot of things for a lot of people'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.
Charlie Brooks hid pornography from police fearing 'leak to the press, particularly to the Guardian'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".
27 Mar 2014
Rebekah Brooks's personal assistant was accused of lying in the witness box about when she first became aware of the hacking investigation.
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.
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.
24 Mar 2014
Decriminalising non-payment of the TV licence moved a step closer after Labour backed a review of penalties - saying no-one should be jailed for it.
21 Mar 2014
The hacking trial has been brought to a standstill after former News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman was taken ill as he was about to enter the witness box for a fifth day.
20 Mar 2014
Private investigator Glenn Mulcaire had considered defecting from the News of the World to The Sun in 2006, former NotW royal editor Clive Goodman has told the hacking trial.
19 Mar 2014
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson "set up the payments to facilitate" phone hacking at the News of the World, it was claimed in court today.
18 Mar 2014
The News of the World's former royal editor Clive Goodman has told the hacking trial that phone-hacking was going on at the paper "on a pretty industrial scale".
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.
16 Mar 2014
The SNP has called on the BBC to answer questions over its coverage of Scotland's EU membership after presenter Andrew Marr appeared to give a personal view on the matter.
Clive Goodman claims Diana gave him Royal phone book and exposes 'extremely competitive' News of the World culture14 Mar 2014
Former News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman took the stand at the hacking trial yesterday and claimed that the late Princess Diana gave him a 'green book' royal telephone directory.
'Shall I compare thee to Sir Robin Day?' - 2,000 attend Westminster Abbey memorial for Sir David Frost13 Mar 2014
The Prince of Wales was among more than 2,000 people paying tribute to late broadcaster Sir David Frost at a service in Westminster Abbey.
12 Mar 2014
Rebekah Brooks has told the hacking trial how she texted turned to former Prime Minister Tony Blair in the days approaching her arrest when she was "feeling properly terrified", the hacking trial heard today.
12 Mar 2014
Rebekah Brooks told of a "climate of paranoia" at News International in the final throes of the News of the World. Brooks accused police of repeatedly leaking information to the Guardian at the height of the hacking crisis in 2011, the Old Bailey heard.