News Former correspondent of the News of the World and Sunday Mirror Dan Evans arrives at the Old Bailey

“Shock” and “anxiety” ran through the editorial floor of the News of the World the day two people were arrested in 2006 in connection with phone hacking. The description, from the former News International staff journalist Dan Evans, was told to the jury at the phone hacking trial.

Leading article: The police are also in the dock

The allegation that the News of the World made illegal payments to Metropolitan Police officers highlights the fact that the police themselves are in the dock over this squalid business.

News of the World accused of hacking Milly Dowler's phone

A private detective working for the News of the World is accused of hacking into Milly Dowler's voicemail after she went missing, a lawyer for the murdered schoolgirl's parents said today.

Phone hack probe: woman arrested

Detectives investigating allegations of voicemail hacking have arrested a woman.

Call for BSkyB takeover delay over phone-hacking investigation

The Government has been urged to delay Rupert Murdoch's proposed takeover of BSkyB until police finish their investigation into phone-hacking at the News of the World.

Met warned only 36 in phone-hack investigation

The Metropolitan Police has admitted that during the first four years of the phone-hacking case it warned only 36 people that they may have been targeted by Glenn Mulcaire, the private investigator employed by the News Of The World.

Phone hacking: another NOTW journalist held

One of Rupert Murdoch's most senior and longest-serving journalists was arrested and questioned by detectives yesterday as police stepped up their inquiry into allegations of phone hacking at the News of the World.

NoW reporter quizzed in phone-hack probe

Another News of the World journalist has been questioned by detectives investigating the phone-hacking scandal.

Mea culpa that reaches right to the very top

News International's admission that it was responsible for the hacking of the phones of public figures ranging from a former member of the Cabinet to a Hollywood actress represents a seismic moment for the management of Britain's biggest newspaper publisher, reverberating all the way back to Rupert Murdoch.

Two held by 'phone hack' police

The former head of news and current chief reporter of the News of the World have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in phone hacking, sources said.

Met hacking inquiry chief dined with NOTW staff

The police chief who headed Scotland Yard's inquiry into phone-hacking dined with the News of the World at the height of his criminal investigation into the newspaper.

Police chief rejects hacking claims

Senior Scotland Yard officer John Yates insisted today he did not try to protect News of the World journalists from phone hacking allegations.

BBC 'does use private detectives'

Private detectives have been and continue to be used occasionally by the BBC to help make its investigative programmes, the corporation's director-general has said.

Murdoch reporter 'hired computer hacker'

A senior journalist at Rupert Murdoch's News of the World allegedly paid a private investigator to hack into the computer of a former intelligence officer.

An axe murder, a prosecution that failed, and trouble for the Murdoch empire

The fallout from a 1987 killing is a new blow to the 'News of the World' – and embarrasses David Cameron.

No action against police who 'bungled' hacking case

Scotland Yard has not taken any disciplinary action against officers on the original inquiry into phone hacking despite mounting evidence that they failed to follow leads and misled potential victims about the amount of information on them held by a jailed private investigator.

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