The former "News of the World" editor and communications director of? British prime minister David Cameron also discusses his affair with Rebekah Brooks. read more
(Credit: Leon Neal/AFP/File) Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson paid a private investigator to monitor royal phone calls, including one in which Prince Harry asked for help with his homework.
The former CEO of the U.K. newspaper arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp says the soccer star got $1.6 million for book excerpts and takes issue with the prosecution's claim that she had an affair with Coulson. read more
The phone hacking trial of the former News of the World (NOTW) editors, Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks, has heard evidence from another journalist, Dan Evans, who told the court that he had admitted conspiring to intercept communications over a seven-year for the Sunday Mirror and the NOTW. Show More Summary
Once friends, colleagues and lovers, Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson are on trial on charges of illegally intercepting voice messages at The News of the World, but she appears to be faring relatively better.
"Betrayal" is on the lips of Londoners and New Yorkers alike this fall. Across the pond the phone-hacking trial of Murdoch editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, has outed their six-year extramarital affair. On Broadway, the play "Betrayal"...Show More Summary
The former "News of the World" editor's counsel tells the London court he did not commit the offenses he is charged with and warned the jury about prejudicial reporting prior to the trial. 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.
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 […]
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
The prosecution says former "News of the World" editor Andy Coulson told a senior editor about one subject of a planned story to "do his phone." read more
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
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
Andrew Edis plays an audio tape and shows emails to prove ongoing hacking and reiterates former "News of the World" editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson must have known about it. read more
Andrew Edis says he didn't want to invade their privacy, but argued the affair of at least six years was proof of how much they trusted each other. read more
Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson had an affair that lasted at least six years, a jury heard today. A letter which revealed the affair was described as part of evidence… Continue reading The post Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson had a six-year-long affair appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
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.
Prosecutors told a London court today that Murdoch’s top deputies Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson carried on a six-year affair while running the News of the World, and that they colluded together to hack celebrities’ phones. RebekahShow More Summary