The Leveson inquiry will also hear from Sky News political correspondent Adam Boulton and MP Jack Straw
Former News of the World editor accepts that there were 'risks of vigilantism' in 2000 campaign to 'name and shame' sex offenders
Former Sun editor responds to Rupert Murdoch's claim that 'if you want to judge my thinking, look at the Sun'
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson told the Leveson inquiry that upon joining the Conservative team he made prime minister David Cameron aware he 'should not expect an easy ride' from the tabloid
Live updates as Andy Coulson, former News of the World editor and former communications director for David Cameron, appears before the Leveson inquiry
John Mullin says the newspaper already had the story confirmed by three sources before seeing Coulson's confidential witness statement last week
Lord Justice Leveson told the inquiry this morning an article published by the newspaper 'disclosed details which are in fact part of [Andy] Coulson's witness statement'
David Sherborne outlined two questions to the inquiry which he applied for core participant media organisations to answer
Editor of the Daily Mail website Martin Clarke tells Leveson inquiry its article that incorrectly reported Amanda Knox's conviction had been upheld was a result of human error and 'there was no need for it'
Ministers' politically appointed special advisers should not be allowed to see witness statements and other evidence in advance, campaigners say in urgent submission to the inquiry
Metropolitan police say 'no further clarity is likely to be provided' on whether the girl's voicemail messages were deliberately deleted
Lord Justice Leveson grants permission to all eight government ministers who applied for core participant status, including the prime minister
Special session planned for 2pm this afternoon to hear application from government to have early access to evidence and make submissions
Coulson will give evidence to the inquiry on Thursday, along with Viscount Rothermere, while Brooks will be appearing on Friday
Chair suggests part one of inquiry should go as far as possible, because part two overlaps with police investigations and could be 'delayed for very many months, if not longer'
On the Andrew Marr Show the prime minister also said 'as things stand' he does not believe culture secretary Jeremy Hunt breached the ministerial code, but will wait to see what emerges from the Leveson inquiry
Culture secretary tells reporters he 'will be handing over all my private texts and emails to my special adviser' Adam Smith
Tom Crone, former legal manager of the News of the World, says he was not involved in what Rupert Murdoch alleged was a phone-hacking cover up at the paper
Live updates as Rupert Murdoch, chairman and chief executive of News Corporation, appears before the Leveson inquiry for the second day
Newspaper boss says he 'panicked' when the Milly Dowler revelations came out - but says: 'I'm glad I did'
The Press Complaints Commission is looking at the Irish press watchdog system as a possible option for reforming the UK self-regulatory system, according to reports.
Labour MP Chris Bryant has apologised for falsely claiming in parliament that prime minister David Cameron held five secret meetings with Rupert Murdoch following the 2010 general election, that had not been declared.
The Guardian has reported today that an updated biography of the prime minister claims David Cameron texted Rebekah Brooks before she quit as News International's chief executive
Rupert Murdoch's first day of evidence to the Leveson inquiry covered a wide range of subjects, including his personal and professional interests, his thoughts on politicians and issues of newspaper ethics
The next module of the Leveson inquiry will focus on the relationship between the press and politicians
The Leveson inquiry will this week hear from Met police representatives including its director of communications, plus crime reporters from the Guardian, the Independent and the Times
The Leveson inquiry into press standards has cost £2 million to run so far, new figures made public by the inquiry team reveal.
A joint seminar will be held at City University London later today with the Carnegie UK Trust to discuss the recommendations made in its report 'Better Journalism in the Digital Age'
The Independent has supported Paul Dacre's idea to create a register of accredited journalists and toughen up access to the press card
BBC News has compiled a table of views as shared by newspaper editors at the Leveson inquiry
After weeks of hearings at the Leveson inquiry, media commentator Roy Greenslade calls into question some of the decisions, such as which witnesses to call and certain lines of questioning
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The full statements from the NUJ and the Guardian given to the Leveson inquiry into press standards
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The full list of those designated as core participants in the first part of the Leveson inquiry into the press
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