Phone hacking

Who is hacking Catalonian politicians’ phones?
Roger Torrent
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Who is hacking Catalonian politicians’ phones?

Facebook-owned messenger service confirms attempts to access regional parliament speaker’s device
28 Jul 2020
Second Leveson inquiry rejected by MPs
Britain's tabloids have been united in opposing Leveson-style press regulation
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Second Leveson inquiry rejected by MPs

Labour had called for the inquiry into phone-hacking and press regulation to continue
16 May 2018
Max Mosley begins legal battle to curb press freedom
Max Mosley won damages against New of the World in 2008
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Max Mosley begins legal battle to curb press freedom

Ex-F1 boss will attempt to use data protection laws to gag press in landmark trial
16 Feb 2018
Hacking trial: Andy Coulson faces 18 months in prison
Andy Coulson
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Hacking trial: Andy Coulson faces 18 months in prison

David Cameron’s former spin doctor Andy Coulson sent to jail for conspiracy to hack phones
4 Jul 2014
Billie Piper 'excellent' in tabloid satire Great Britain
Ross Boatman, William Chubb, Robert Glenister, and Billie Piper in Great Britain
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Billie Piper 'excellent' in tabloid satire Great Britain

National Theatre's Nicholas Hytner rushes out play which had to be rehearsed in secret during Coulson trial
1 Jul 2014
Another Cameron gaffe: judge hits out over Coulson apology
Mole
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Another Cameron gaffe: judge hits out over Coulson apology

Jury fails to reach verdict on two other charges faced by Coulson after Cameron's premature apology
25 Jun 2014
Jury discharged as police seek 'to question Rupert Murdoch'
Rupert Murdoch
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Jury discharged as police seek 'to question Rupert Murdoch'

Jury fails to reach verdict on remaining charges against Andy Coulson and Clive Goodman
25 Jun 2014

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BROOKS FREE: But Coulson found guilty of hacking
Rebekah Brooks at the Old Bailey
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BROOKS FREE: But Coulson found guilty of hacking

But Andy Coulson found guilty of plotting to hack phones while editor of the News of the World
24 Jun 2014
Hacking trial: Kate Middleton's phone was 'hacked 155 times'
Andy Coulson
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Hacking trial: Kate Middleton's phone was 'hacked 155 times'

Court hears duchess had her phone hacked five years before her marriage to Prince William
14 May 2014
Princess Diana 'leaked royal phone numbers to NotW'
Diana Princess of Wales
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Princess Diana 'leaked royal phone numbers to NotW'

Phone-hacking trial hears how Princess of Wales was News of the World's ‘mole in the palace
14 Mar 2014
Coulson shouted 'brilliant' over Sienna Miller tape hack
Jude Law and Sienna Miller
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Coulson shouted 'brilliant' over Sienna Miller tape hack

Former News of the World reporter claims he was hired on the basis of his phone-hacking skills
28 Jan 2014
Rupert Murdoch: hall of fame or den of infamy?
Charles Laurence
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Rupert Murdoch: hall of fame or den of infamy?

Jude Law's claim that his phone was hacked on US soil haunts Murdoch as he prepares for TV honour
28 Jan 2014
Jude Law at phone-hacking trial: five things we learned
Jude Law at the hacking-trial
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Jude Law at phone-hacking trial: five things we learned

Hollywood star is told that a member of his family was paid by News of the World to leak information
27 Jan 2014
Phone-hacking trial: CCTV 'reveals plot to hide evidence'
Charlie Brooks and Rebekah Brooks
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Phone-hacking trial: CCTV 'reveals plot to hide evidence'

Charlie Brooks appears in basement car park with laptop, later found hidden behind bins by cleaner
15 Jan 2014
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Tuesday 16 Oct 2012
Daily Briefing

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Tuesday 16 Oct 2012

16 Oct 2012
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 17 Aug 2012
Daily Briefing

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 17 Aug 2012

17 Aug 2012
'Brits take too many holidays' tweets Rupert (from St Barts)
Media magnate Rupert Murdoch and his wife Wendi Deng arrive for the 2010 White House Correspondents May 1, 2010 at a hotel in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read M
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'Brits take too many holidays' tweets Rupert (from St Barts)

New to Twitter, Rupert Murdoch slags off British before wife Wendi Deng steps in
2 Jan 2012
MURDOCH: what has he actually resigned from?
James Murdoch
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MURDOCH: what has he actually resigned from?

Murdoch Jnr leaves directorships of two publishing subsidiaries – but keeps all his key roles. Why?
23 Nov 2011
Stonewall Murdoch: can he remain BSkyB chairman?
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Stonewall Murdoch: can he remain BSkyB chairman?

James Murdoch gets through another grilling in Parliament - but his competence is in question
10 Nov 2011
Kavanagh fears witch-hunt as Leveson Inquiry begins
Trevor Kavanagh
In Depth

Kavanagh fears witch-hunt as Leveson Inquiry begins

Respected Sun journalist defendsthe tabloids as editors turn outat the start of the investigation
7 Oct 2011
Ivan Lewis’s journalism register ‘totalitarian’
Ivan Lewis
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Ivan Lewis’s journalism register ‘totalitarian’

Talking Point: the only code of conduct UK journalists need is ‘don’t break the law’
27 Sep 2011
Sienna Miller accused Jude Law of leaking stories
Sienna Miller
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Sienna Miller accused Jude Law of leaking stories

Actress who took on News of the World over phone hacking initially pointed the finger at family and friends
23 Sep 2011
Hacking: Murdoch execs ‘knew back in 2006’
Rupert Murdoch and Rebekah Brooks
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Hacking: Murdoch execs ‘knew back in 2006’

Met told Rebekah Brooks hacking was widespread ‘earlier than Murdoch team have admitted’
22 Sep 2011
Met lightens up – but was Guardian partly to blame?
Guardian offices
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Met lightens up – but was Guardian partly to blame?

Talking Point: The Met’s Official Secrets Act threat was ill-advised, but was the Guardian asking for trouble?
21 Sep 2011
Murdoch pays £3m-plus to atone for Dowler
Rupert Murdoch
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Murdoch pays £3m-plus to atone for Dowler

Huge payout raises the bar for compensation – but how will it go down with News Corp’s shareholders?
20 Sep 2011
Legal battle looms over Met attack on
Guardian offices
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Legal battle looms over Met attack on

Police action is an abuse of the Official Secrets Act and the Human Rights Act, say editors and lawyers
18 Sep 2011
NotW: James Murdoch
James and Rupert Murdoch
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NotW: James Murdoch

Former News of the World legal chief Tom Crone contradicts Murdoch Jnr’s evidence to MPs
6 Sep 2011
Phone hacking: Coogan’s
steve coogan
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Phone hacking: Coogan’s

Comedian pursuing phone hacking case says he objected to seeing Coulson ‘at the heart of power’
6 Sep 2011
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Monday 14 Mar 2011
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Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Monday 14 Mar 2011

14 Mar 2011
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Thursday 6 Jan 2011
Andy Coulson
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Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Thursday 6 Jan 2011

6 Jan 2011