Private investigator's payments and deleted emails among evidence scrutinised in first month of trial Summary LAST UPDATED AT 13:52 ON Thu 28 Nov 2013 THE TRIAL of former News of the World journalists accused of a conspiracy to hack mobile phones is well under way at the Old Bailey. Show More Summary
When the extent of the phone hacking scandal at News of the World began to be just hinted at, heads at the Rupert Murdoch-owned News International rolled. To be sure, there's still much that hasn't been revealed (and I suspect will indicate...Show More Summary
(LONDON) — A private investigator convicted of phone hacking had Kate Middleton’s name on a list of potential targets, British prosecutors said Tuesday. A London jury was told that that the name of Middleton, who is now married to Prince William, appeared on a handwritten page titled “Target Evaluation” in a notebook belonging to Glenn Mulcaire. Show More Summary
Ever wondered how Wayne Rooney would guard his most personal information? According to reports from the ongoing phone hacking trial, the forward's password for his phone, which was among those tapped during the scandal, was the nameShow More Summary
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was one of the many people who had his phone hacked by the News of the World, and the current phone hacking case has revealed a nugget about Rooney’s online security protection. According to evidence borne out in the hearings, Rooney’s password for his mobile phone was the beer ”Stella Artois”. Also [...]
Claims by former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson and three others should go to trial, High court rules One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 14:55 ON Thu 7 Nov 2013 LEGAL action brought against the publisher of the Daily Mirror over allegations...Show More Summary
While hacking cases have focused on allegations against the shuttered "News of the World," the publisher of the "Daily Mirror" now also faces litigation. read more
Andy Coulson, on trial with seven others in a scandal involving the tabloid The News of the World, does regret some of his decisions, his lawyer said.
Prosecutors allege that Murdoch lieutenant Rebekah Brooks "hid evidence as police probed claims at the paper."
Press, public and politicians – who needs defending from whom It was no doubt a coincidence that Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks were in court in relation to the charges against them over the phone hacking scandal on the same day that newspaper and magazine publishers were also in court seeking to prevent the granting […]
(LONDON) — A prosecutor gave jurors juicy details of tabloid misbehavior at Britain’s phone hacking trial on Friday, describing how reporters targeted celebrities, ministers and even Princes William and Harry. The never-ending demand...Show More Summary
Former News of the World editor instructed his news desk to 'do his phone', prosecutor tells jury One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 15:43 ON Fri 1 Nov 2013 ANDY COULSON ordered journalists at the News of the World to hack TV celebrityShow More Summary
LONDON (AP) — Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson sent an email telling a news editor to "do his phone" in relation to an alleged target of phone hacking, a British prosecutor said Friday.
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson sent an email to a senior journalist at the disgraced tabloid ordering him to "do" a celebrity's phone, the trial over Britain's phone hacking scandal heard Friday. Coulson, who later became...Show More Summary
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie‘s secrets could be saved from being spilled in a courtroom if Rupert Murdoch prevails in having a phone hacking lawsuit tossed, RadarOnline.com has learned.… READ ON
Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, former editors of the now-defunct News of the World, are charged with conspiracy in connection with the phone hacking.
(LONDON) — In a blockbuster declaration at Britain’s phone hacking trial, a prosecutor said two of Rupert Murdoch’s former senior tabloid executives — Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, later a top aide to Prime Minister David Cameron — had an affair lasting at least six years. Show More Summary
LONDON (AP) — A prosecutor electrified Britain's phone hacking trial Thursday by revealing that Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson — the two most senior U.K. tabloid editors accused of illegal eavesdropping and bribery — had a secret affair lasting at least six years.
(LONDON) — Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday signed off on new press regulation rules developed in the wake of Britain’s phone hacking scandal, after a court rejected last-ditch attempts by the country’s publishers to block the measures. Show More Summary
Three former staffers at the now shuttered News of the World tabloid have pleaded guilty to charges of phone hacking, according to prosecutor Andrew Edis. Ex-news editor Greg Miskiw, ex-chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck and former reporter...Show More Summary