News of the World throws apology and £15m at phone-hacking crisis

The News of the World issued a page-two apology for hacking people’s voicemail messages as The Times reoported that a £15m compensation fund is being set up to settle civil claims.

Meanwhile some 50 detectives are said to be working on a criminal investigation into the matter with chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck and former assistant editor Ian Edmondson both arrested and questioned last month.

Click on the links below for Press Gazette’s coverage of the News of the World phone-hacking scandal.

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