Andy Coulson, former confidant of and advisor to the British prime minister, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for
Disgraced No 10 spin doctor Andy Coulson faces up to two years in jail today when he is sentenced for plotting to hack phones
I can never be sure whether any of the stories I worked on were expedited by the headlining practise of hacking. What I can be sure of is that a number of leads that had reached a dead end, had all of a sudden endless avenues after a hack's surreptitious chat with news desk elders. It is amazing what you can learn by eavesdropping on a phone call of a hack, rather than hacking a phone of a Jude Law.
Conceived and rehearsed in secret, Great Britain, a play about phone hacking at a British tabloid, was suddenly announced last week and then on Monday, just days after the hacking trial verdicts were passed down, the show opened.
Former No 10 spin doctor Andy Coulson, who is already facing jail for phone hacking, has been told he will face a retrial
The five things you need to know on Sunday 29 June 2014... 1) CRUDDAS BLASTS TEAM ED'S 'DEAD HAND' On Thursday, Ed Miliband
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.
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Rebekah Brooks and her husband Charlie have finally broken their silence after being found not guilty in the phone hacking
Despite the fallout of the phone hacking scandal, the first part of which reached a dénouement earlier this week with a guilty