The gaffes keep coming as Sun's Marie Antoinette campaign gets under David Cameron's skin
Caroline Thomson, who could be the next DG, twists the knife following phone hacking scandal
Stakes are high as James Murdoch asks Culture Committee to accept his side of the hacking story
Former News International CEO and husband Charlie Brooks, both friends of David Cameron, said to be held
Yvette Cooper joins David Miliband in defying Ed to write for Murdoch's new Sunday tabloid
Rupert Murdoch's son steps down as pressure piles on UK newspaper company
After she and family were harassed, singer says NotW was only sorry it got caught
But if it succeeds, it could change forever how Sunday newspapers produced
Singer agrees to out-of-court settlement as NI escapes embarrassing court case
Paper to launch next weekend with Dominic Mohan as editor - but there's opposition
News Corp boss says paper will continue - but US investigation threatens global empire
Now that the police and Leveson are on the case, there was no reason not to settle, say hacking victims
Jude Law, Ashley Cole and John Prescott are among victims paid damages by News International
But with the welter of celebrity evidence and now a TV satire, can anyone hope for a fair trial?
New to Twitter, Rupert Murdoch slags off British before wife Wendi Deng steps in
From Bizarre to CNN via marriage to Celia Walden, the former tabloid editor who always comes up trumps
NotW agreed not to publish records, says former reporter, as long as Fergie 'started co-operating'
Tory grandee Richard Ottaway took a a big risk to sound the warning bell on Afghanistan
Will celebrity journalism ever be the same again, asks the reality stars’ go-to PR man?
Murdoch is in trouble over an email he read on a Saturday and forgot about. It's all too easy