Six days of sustained pressure was enough to see off Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond
Volley of abusive tweets at David Cameron suggests Murdoch is fed up with the PM – and the rest of us
While the Tory and Lib Dem leaders fly off to G20 and Rio+20 summits, their MPs are fighting for the soul of the government
David Cameron's appearance all-but brings the curtain down on the media drama, but it wasn't really necessary
'We're in this together' says Brooks in cringe inducing message suggesting 'country supper'
Prime Minister dismisses claims that he struck deal with Murdoch empire
Prime Minister appears before media ethics inquiry today and has been practicing his answers to some very tricky questions
The former PM did not pull any punches as he disputed the Leveson evidence of Murdoch and Brooks
After hiring Andy Coulson and hobnobbing with James Murdoch, the Chancellor has a lot of explaining to do
Former Downing Street communication chief's arrest raises serious questions for the Prime Minister
Former Conservative director of communications driven to Scotland to answer questions relating to Tommy Sheridan trial
Culture Committee under pressure to decide punishments for News International miscreants who misled MPs
Brooks and her husband Charlie attack 'unjust decision' to prosecute them
Brooks and her husband Charlie will find out this morning if they are to be charged with perverting the course of justice
PM was reportedly so keen to hire Andy Coulson that he waived the usual confidentiality clause. Uh-oh...
Rebekah Brooks's bravura performance must leave Leveson in little doubt of the media's 'power without responsibility'
New Leveson evidence discloses 'pyjama party' - and threatens to drag Osborne before inquiry
Rebekah Brooks's evidence to Leveson has unearthed a very awkward email