News of the World

Rebekah Brooks

'Brooks won't get a fair trial because of Leveson' - lawyer

One-Minute Read
Fri 9 Mar, AT 09:17

Comments made at inquiry about former editor and other journalists could be contempt of court

James Murdoch quits as News International chairman

One-Minute Read
Wed 29 Feb, AT 14:53

Rupert Murdoch's son steps down as pressure piles on UK newspaper company


Watson set to raise axe murder under parliamentary privilege

Wed 29 Feb, AT 14:16
The Mole

Tom Watson, scourge of Murdoch, is expected to make new claims about murder of private eye

Church accepts £600,000 for hacking but rejects apology

One-Minute Read
Mon 27 Feb, AT 15:07

After she and family were harassed, singer says NotW was only sorry it got caught

Charlotte Church

Church's phone-hack payout helps spare Murdoch's blushes

One-Minute Read
Thu 23 Feb, AT 15:37

Singer agrees to out-of-court settlement as NI escapes embarrassing court case

All you need to know about Murdoch's Sun on Sunday

First Post
Mon 20 Feb, AT 15:40

Paper to launch next weekend with Dominic Mohan as editor - but there's opposition

Rupert Murdoch v Google

Murdoch to jet in for crisis talks over Sun arrests

First Post
Sun 12 Feb, AT 12:42

News Corp boss says paper will continue - but US investigation threatens global empire

Steve Coogan and Campbell accept NotW hacking payouts

One-Minute Read
Wed 8 Feb, AT 16:00

Now that the police and Leveson are on the case, there was no reason not to settle, say hacking victims

Jude Law

NI settles with hacking victims amid new cover-up claims

One-Minute Read
Thu 19 Jan, AT 16:04

Jude Law, Ashley Cole and John Prescott are among victims paid damages by News International

Real-life hacks beware: police hope to press charges soon

Tue 3 Jan, AT 07:39
The Mole

But with the welter of celebrity evidence and now a TV satire, can anyone hope for a fair trial?