Lord Justice Leveson

Former tabloid editor Piers Morgan is to appear before the Leveson Inquiry via videolink from the United States. Mr Morgan
The question of how Milly Dowler's voicemail came to be deleted has achieved such significance that it "cannot be left alone
Tom Crone, the former legal manager at the News of the World, said that James Murdoch did know about an email that contained
The question senior media executives should have asked themselves, as they listened to the shocking evidence from the family of Milly Dowler to the Leveson inquiry yesterday, was not just how did it come to this, but, why didn't we act sooner?
The News of the World told a private detective he had to "become a journalist" after the paper's royal editor was arrested
Former Associated Newspapers group lawyer to lead review, which sources say has no link to phone-hacking scandal.
The inquiry into the media following the News of the World phone hacking scandal will look at instances of impropriety in
There seems to me to be little option but for Lord Justice Leveson to stand down. Not because the law says so (the law, in fact, says this link is too tenuous to be of importance), but because one of the biggest inquiries this country has seen has to be whiter than white, and currently, it is already looking a little too grey to the people that matter - the public.
Lord Justice Leveson was appointed by David Cameron on Wednesday to lead the new inquiry into phone hacking. Leveson is currently