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Former editor Will Lewis tells the Leveson inquiry that the newspaper paid £10,000 for a sample disc, with a further £140,000 once it had verified that the leaked documents were genuine
Tony Gallagher, editor of the Telegraph, tells the Leveson inquiry he may consider a corrections page, such as the column recently introduced by the Daily Mail
Mail picture editor tells Leveson inquiry there is 'no justification' for images of Pippa Middleton going about her everyday business and denies that there are special rules applied in her case
Index on Censorship chief tells Leveson inquiry that the UK media is 'fundamentally weak' and urges judge not to 'go down the statutory route' on regulation reform
Operation Elveden adds 20 more officers to investigation following recent raid of Sun offices
Editor James Harding says he was not told about how 2009 story revealing identity of police officer had been obtained
Dominic Mohan says topless photos in tabloid newspaper still have a place today and are 'tolerated by the majority of British society'
Guido Fawkes political blogger tells Leveson inquiry he had been told about hacking at the title by two journalists
Actor refuses to withdraw his suggestion to the Leveson inquiry that Associated Newspapers might have hacked his phone
Prime minister says decision to set up inquiry into press standards is 'fully supported by the entire government' - despite comments by Michael Gove about its 'dangers'