Celebrities, politicians and victims of terrorist attacks are among those whose phones were allegedly hacked by the News of the World, the CPS has said.
The names of potential victims included on the charge sheet used against Andy Coulson, Rebekeh Brooks and six others include former home secretaries David Blunkett and Charles Clarke, Tessa Jowell MP and her husband, David Mills.
Brooks, Coulson and four other journalists are charged with intercepting the voicemail of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler.
Professor John Tulloch, a victim of the 7 July 2005 terrorist attacks on London was also allegedly targeted by News of the World journalists.
Hollywood celebrities, pop and rock stars and reality TV stars and their publicists were also said to be targeted, including Jude Law, Sadie Frost, Sienna Miller, Sir Paul McCartney and Heather Mills, Abi Titmuss, John Leslie and Calum Best, and "persons associated" with Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
Delia Smith, the celebrity chef, is another alleged victim.
Footballer Wayne Rooney and former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson are also alleged to have had their phones hacked, as is the Royal family’s Lord Freddie Windsor.
Many family members of celebrities targeted are also alleged to have had their voicemails hacked, including Delia Smith’s husband Michael Wynn-Jones and Heather Mills’ sister Fiona.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
News of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck and reporter James Weatherup allegedly conspired to hack the phone of the A-list celebrities
Sir Paul McCartney and Heather Mills
Former NOTW head of news Ian Edmondson and Weatherup are charged with hacking the phones of the former Beatle and his now ex-wife Heather Mills
Rooney, the 26-year-old Manchester United and England striker, allegedly had his phone hacked by Edmondson, Weatherup and former news editor Greg Miskiw
Jude Law and Sienna Miller
Miskiw is also accused of hacking the phones of actors Jude Law and Sienna Miller
Fashion designer Frost is also alleged to have had her phone hacked by Greg Miskiw
The former England manager, now unemployed after a stint at Leicester City, supposedly had his phone hacked by Miskiw
Miskiw also stands accused of hacking the phone of the TV chef and Norwich City shareholder Delia Smith
John Leslie and Abi Titmuss
Former TV presenter Leslie and model Titmuss are alleged to have had their phones hacked by Greg Miskiw
Ian Edmondson and the former editor of the News of the World, Andy Coulson, face charges over the alleged hacking of the phone of the socialite son of footballer George Best
Edmondson and Weatherup faces charges of hacking the phone of John Prescott, the former Labour minister
David Blunkett MP
The former home secretary allegedly had his phone hacked by Miskiw, Kuttner and Coulson
Charles Clarke MP
Clarke, also a former Home Secretary, allegedly had his phone hacked by Coulson and Miskiw
Dame Tessa Jowell MP
The Shadow Olympic Minister, recently made a Dame, was allegedly hacked by Thurlbeck and Edmondson, as well as her husband David Mills
Mark Oaten MP
Former Lib Dem MP Oaten, who stepped back from frontline politics after the News of the World unveiled his liaisons with male prostitutes, allegedly had his phone hacked by Edmondson and Thurlbeck
Rebekah Brooks, former NOTW and Sun editor and News International chief executive, Andy Coulson, Miskiw and Kuttner all face charge of hacking the phone of schoolgirl Milly Dowler, who went missing aged 13