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Around 5,500 people were ‘likely’ or ‘potential’ victims of News of the World phone hacking, according to police estimates

News of the World phone hacking report: Majority of victims were only connected to celebrities

Less than a third of the primary phone hacking targets came from the world of entertainment or music

Brooks Newmark resigned as a minister over an internet sex scandal at the end of September last year

Sunday Mirror cleared over Brooks Newmark MP naked photos sting

IPSO has cleared the Sunday Mirror of any wrongdoing

Four Sun journalists have been cleared of paying public officials.

Sun trial: Four journalists cleared of paying public officials

The verdict deals a blow to an investigation into newspapers' dealings with public officials

Publishers have struggled to make the transition from print to online

Budget 2015: Tax break hope for local newspapers, and boosts for TV, films and games

Tax relief to encourage film production in the UK will increase to 25 per cent

Lynn Barber on celebrity dinner parties, Rupert Murdoch, and David Attenborough not being as nice as he looks

Barber is widely regarded as one of Britain’s best celebrity interviewers. She has won several awards and her memoir, 'An Education', was turned into a hit film

Dan Evans said he believed the monitoring of MPs took place in 2003 or early 2004

Mirror hacking trial: 41 more celebrities encouraged to make claims

Compensation payouts to each victim are anticipated to average around £50,000

Former footballer Paul Gascoigne arrives at the High Court in London

Mirror hacking trial: Paul Gascoigne claims journalists 'ruined my life'

Former England star complained about multiple articles

Shobna Gulati accused the Sunday Mirror of invading her privacy with a front-page story in 2003 that speculated on the parentage of her son

Mirror hacking trial: Son of Coronation Street's Shobna Gulati 'was bullied' and ran away from home as a result of stories

Actress accuses Sunday Mirror of invading her privacy with a front-page story in 2003 that speculated on the parentage of her then nine-year-old son

Mirror Group journalists accessed the private communications of the BBC’s Alan Yentob

Mirror hacking trial: Alan Yentob's phone was hacked to find evidence of 'affair' with Lady Rogers

Alan Yentob joined the BBC in 1968. He was the only non-Oxbridge graduate recruit taken on that year

The protesters plan to present a giant 'arrest warrant' for Mr Murdoch

Occupy Rupert Murdoch: Protesters aim to hold ‘people’s trial’

Occupy members intend to present an ‘arrest warrant’ to Rupert Murdoch

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News websites from France to New Zealand covered the story

Counsel David Sherborne is representing Alan Yentob, Sadie Frost and Paul Gascoigne, among others

Mirror hacking trial: Staff ‘sung Ying Tong song’ as they hacked Yentob’s phone

Dan Evans, who admitted phone hacking for the News of the World, is a key witness in the MGN trial

There has been much speculation about the future of Rebekah Brooks since she was cleared in the phone-hacking trial eight months ago

Rebekah Brooks reportedly poised for News Corp return as Storyful boss

There has been widespread speculation about Ms Brooks' future since her acquittal in the phone-hacking trial last summer

The forthcoming edition of 'Charlie Hebdo'

Charlie Hebdo: First edition of satirical magazine since the 'survivors' issue' goes on sale tomorrow

The front page will signal a return to its rambunctious editorial line following the attack on its offices last month

Peter Oborne quit as the Daily Telegraph’s chief political commentator last week

Peter Oborne: Press regulator to investigate Daily Telegraph

Oborne accused the Telegraph of refusing to run stories about the scandal enveloping HSBC because of concerns over advertising

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