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31/10/2013 03:31 GMT | Updated 31/10/2013 03:34 GMT

Morning Headlines: Hacking Trial, Filming In Court, Late Trains And Newspaper Regulation

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JURY TO HEAR MORE ABOUT HACKING

Jurors in the trial of former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and ex-spin doctor Andy Coulson will hear more about phone hacking at the News of the World (NotW) - including that of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler's phone - as the prosecution opening of the case continues today.

SHELL COMPANY OWNERS TO BE REVEALED

A register of the true owners of shadowy shell companies will be made public as part of the fight against tax dodgers, David Cameron will announce today.

FILMING BAN LIFTED AT APPEAL COURT

A near-90-year ban on filming in court will be lifted today in what has been hailed as a "landmark moment for justice and journalism".

A&E PRESSURE INCREASING ADMISSIONS

A&E departments are under increasing pressure, which is leading to high numbers of patients being admitted, according to a new report from the National Audit Office (NAO).

PAPERS TO CONTINUE REGULATION FIGHT

Newspapers and magazines are set to carry on their fight over press regulation after a last ditch legal challenge failed to prevent a cross-party Royal Charter being approved.

OBAMA SAYS 'NO EXCUSE' FOR WEBSITE

President Barack Obama has claimed "full responsibility" for repairing his administration's health insurance website.

However a new concern emerged - a government memo pointing to security worries, written shortly before the site's

DETAILS OF ENERGY MARKET STUDY DUE

Details of a review of competition within the energy market will be unveiled today, as divisions over how to address spiralling household bills continue to dominate political debate.

TOUGH TRAIN PUNCTUALITY TARGETS SET

Rail regulators have set Network Rail (NR) tough new train punctuality targets for the next five years.

Nine out of 10 trains must run on time for all regional, London and south east England and Scottish services for the

US SAYS IT DOES NOT SPY ON UN

The United Nations has received assurances from the US government that its communications networks "are not and will not be monitored" by American intelligence agencies, it said.