hacking scandal

Forget Andy Coulson. If you can, forget phone-hacking. The real scandal is how senior politicians - and police officers - allowed themselves to be used by a ruthless media tycoon for his own commercial ends. And if you think it's all over, it's not.
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and her racehorse trainer husband Charlie appeared in court on Friday
Rebekah Brooks had devoted more than half her life to serving the British arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation empire
The editor of the Independent on Sunday, John Mullin, has been forced to explain his decision to publish a story about Andy
A Commons committee is to deliver its verdict on the role the Murdochs and their senior executives played in the phone-hacking
The comedian who threw a foam pie at Rupert Murdoch has no regrets about the stunt - but will not try anything similar when
Two suspects in Scotland Yard's phone-hacking inquiry have been rebailed. Rebekah Brooks' former PA Cheryl Carter and sports
Durham Police are launching a review of the Metropolitan Police's phone-hacking inquiry, on the orders of the new commissioner
Sheila Henry, mother of 7/7 victim Christian Small, has brought a civil claim against the News of the World over allegations
Cycling to do an interview the other day though, I realised journalism is nowhere near as glamorous as I'd imagined (Carrie Bradshaw is mostly to blame), fully confirmed when my skirt got blown up around my waist. Nightmare. But The Hour has arrived just when the image of journalism, its entire reputation, is staggering, limply trying to pull itself back together again.