Jury fails to reach verdict on two other charges faced by Coulson after Cameron's premature apology
Jury fails to reach verdict on remaining charges against Andy Coulson and Clive Goodman
Down and out in Brussels and London: not a good week for David Cameron, and it's due to get worse
But Andy Coulson found guilty of plotting to hack phones while editor of the News of the World
Phone-hacking trial hears how Princess of Wales was News of the World's ‘mole in the palace
Jude Law's claim that his phone was hacked on US soil haunts Murdoch as he prepares for TV honour
Hollywood star is told that a member of his family was paid by News of the World to leak information
Charlie Brooks appears in basement car park with laptop, later found hidden behind bins by cleaner
Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks at Old Bailey for 'the trial of the century'
Eyebrows raised all round as Matthew Freud admits Cameron was there - having at first said he wasn’t
MPs warned not to commit contempt of court by debating the Old Bailey criminal trial
'Everyone innocent until proven guilty' says Murdoch; try telling that to Chris Jeffries, say detractors
He was so contrite when he appeared before them in 2011 - so what was that punchy encounter with Sun staff all about?
PM runs out of patience over 'unbridgeable gap' on press regs. Has he made an historic mistake?
Decision to prosecute Michael Le Vell taken by same QC who charged Rebekah Brooks
After generations of women have argued fruitlessly for its removal, media mogul hints at change of heart
Murdoch’s quarterly profits up as it shells out £56m in costs relating to phone hacking scandal
London mayor's dinner with media mogul labeled 'totally inappropriate', but City Hall won't comment
Editor says News Corp 'made it clear' he was no longer welcome at the daily paper
Accounts reveal payoff to former chief executive of News International