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Kingston University released a cutting-edge archive of the landmark public inquiry
Former News International chief executive's husband, who was also charged, says he is being used as a scapegoat
Charges relate to alleged attempts to 'conceal material' from police investigating phone hacking, Crown Prosecution Service announces
Text messages happened 'on average once a week', Brooks tells the Leveson inquiry
In an address to the Cambridge Union last night, Thurlbeck also strongly criticised the select committee's phone-hacking report
Publishing profits lag behind rest of group, down 19%, due to advertising revenue declines and the ongoing impact of the News of the World closure
Metropolitan police say 'no further clarity is likely to be provided' on whether the girl's voicemail messages were deliberately deleted
Private investigator seeks to protect his 'legitimate legal interests' and overturn an order forcing him to reveal who told him to hack phones
Coulson's claim for any potential criminal proceeding legal costs to be covered by former News of the World publisher NGN was refused in the High Court in December last year
News Corporation issues statement that board of directors has confidence in Murdoch's 'fitness and support for his continuing to lead News Corporation'
On BBC Newsnight Louise Mensch MP said the claim that Rupert Murdoch 'is not a fit person to exercise the stewardship of a major international company' was 'hijacked' into the CMS select committee's phone-hacking report
Rupert Murdoch tells staff that management and standards committee investigation into the group's other UK newspapers has finished and found no evidence of illegal activity
Former legal manager for News International Tom Crone issues a statement to say he does not accept the findings of a Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee report that he misled parliament
Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee report into phone hacking also accuses Tom Crone, Les Hinton and former News of the World editor Colin Myler of misleading the committee
According to reports Les Hinton has also issued a response denying he misled parliament, after accusations were levelled at Hinton, Myler and Tom Crone by the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee
Tom Watson MP defends Murdoch 'not a fit person [to run] a major international company' conclusion labelled as 'ludicrous' by Philip Davies and 'stuck in' by Louise Mensch
Campaign says reports findings 'are devastating to the reputation of the parent company and the family that runs it'
Long-awaited report from the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee expected to criticise James Murdoch, but will reportedly fall short of accusing him of misleading parliament
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
Al Jazeera English, the BBC News Channel and Sky News will do battle for the title of news channel of the year at this year's RTS journalism awards later this month.
The Metropolitan police is to apologise to some of the victims of phone hacking for failing to inform them, during its initial investigation in 2006 and 2007.
The FT reports that News International's plans for a Sunday newspaper to replace the News of the World have been put on hold due to weekend arrests
Neville Thurlbeck, the former chief reporter at the News of the World, has penned a first person account for Press Gazette of his part in the phone-hacking saga
'We didn't think our readers were interested in phone-hacking coverage - and frankly they weren't' Mirror editor tells Society of Editors conference
The number of possible phone hacking victims is now close to 5,800, the Met police have confirmed. This is 2,000 more than previously stated by the force. A spokesman for Scotland Yard said: It is not possible to give a precise figure about the number of people whose phones have actually been hacked but we [...]
We were not able to make it along to the AOP’s digital publishing summit earlier this month, but the Association has helpfully uploaded some coverage from the event. This includes a video published today from a session that looked at a range of topical issues at the moment: “hack gate, public interest, privacy vs openness, [...]
Former News International and Dow Jones chief executive Les Hinton is giving evidence to MPs on the House of Commons culture, media and sport select committee this afternoon. You can follow his appearance, which he is making via video link from New York, here on Parliament TV.
WAN-IFRA's new president calls for self regulation of the press to maintained in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal
The Guardian reports one concerns raised by newspaper groups, including Associated Newspapers, Trinity Mirror, the Newspaper Publishers' Association and Guardian News & Media
The Financial Times has reported that “one of James Murdoch’s closest advisers” has resigned. Alice Macandrew was Murdoch’s spokesperson but reportedly handed her notice in back in July. She becomes one of the first senior executives to quit News Corp voluntarily over disagreements with the company’s approach, which saw the publisher contest phone-hacking lawsuits brought [...]
The full statement from the Metropolitan Police service after its decision not to pursue its application for a court order against the Guardian and one of its reporters
News outlets report that the family of Milly Dowler has been offered a multi-million pound settlement by News International
The full list of those designated as core participants in the first part of the Leveson inquiry into the press
According to the Independent it has obtained a previously protected High Court document which shows that News International "has not cut its financial ties" with Glenn Mulcaire, despite an announcement by the media company that it would stop paying his legal fees
MediaGuardian reports former executive of News International is standing by past phone hacking evidence
The Telegraph reports that James and Rupert Murdoch are to be questioned under oath in the High Court as part of the Lord Leveson inquiry into phone hacking
According to the paper's report Lord Leveson is also "keen" for the inquiry to be broadcast live
Labour MP Tom Watson has spoken to the Guardian's John Harris about his role in uncovering the phone-hacking scandal, the mountains of paperwork and lack of sleep that followed the news that Milly Dowler's phone had been hacked
Allegations are mounting concerning the Mirror and phone hacking, says lawyer Mark Lewis
Guardian journalist Nick Davies has signed book deal on phone hacking, according to Roy Greenslade
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