Glenn Mulcaire ordered by judge to name News of the World journalists


Former News of the World private investigator Glenn Mulcaire has been ordered to answer questions about which staffers on the paper may have asked him to bug mobile phones by a High Court judge, the Guardian reports.

Mulcaire was reportedly refusing to answer questions raised as part of a civil breach of privacy action brought by former Max Clifford assistant Nicola Phillips arising from the phone-hacking scandal.

Outgoing Society of Editors president Donald Martin insisted that it was time to “move on” over phone hacking

But with a plethora of parliamentary and police inquiries and civil legal actions in the pipeline, the News of the World’s phone-hacking scandal is not going to go away any time soon.

Read more of Press Gazette’s background on phone hacking here.

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