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Hugh Grant said the film would highlight issues raised by Leveson

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'EastEnders' actors Lucy Benjamin and Steve McFadden were mentioned in some of the emails

Mirror Group faces further investigation into phone-hacking

Emails suggest interception was used routinely

The Royal Courts of Justice in London

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The founder of the Northern & Shell publishing stable and owner of Express Newspapers, Richard Desmond, has recruited the peer

Daily Express appoints Ukip peer Lord Stevens

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Barack Obama awards Ben Bradlee with the Presidential Medal of Freedom

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Investigative reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein issued a joint statement praising their former editor as 'a true friend and genius leader in journalism'

President Barack Obama awards former Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee with the Presidential Medal of Freedom at the White House in November 2013

Ben Bradlee dead: Read Barack Obama's statement in full upon the death of legendary Washington Post editor

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Theatre critic Mark Shenton loses sex discrimination case against Desmond's Express

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Hard sentences: the first copies of ‘Jail Mail’

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Jon Venables (pictured aged 10 in 1993) was given a new identity after being released from prison

Prison officer Scott Chapman sold information on Bulger killer to newspapers, court told

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Official statistics reveal police and security services obtained communications records under Ripa more than 514,000 times last year

Police told to reveal extent of their 'anti-terror' snooping on journalists

Watchdog wants details of how anti-terror law has been used to trace confidential sources

Before taking up his present role, former judge Sir Alan Moses was a Lord Justice of Appeal

Brooks Newmark 'entrapment': New press watchdog in spotlight as fallout sets tone for future of tabloid journalism

Response to Sunday Mirror sting in IPSO’s first month of operation is critical to regulator’s credibility

Conservative MPs wake up to 'Tory crisis' headlines as critical front pages delivered to conference attendees

Newspaper front pages proclaiming that party is in crisis delivered to MPs attending annual conference

Director of Communications at News International Guto Harri says that the company has cleaned up its act

Rupert Murdoch's media empire 'was seen as the mafia', his director of communications admits

Guto Harri tells PR industry that News UK's act has been cleaned up

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