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“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.

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The officer in charge of the new investigation into phone hacking told one of its highest-profile possible victims that she was "not satisfied" with the original police inquiry. John Prescott, the former deputy prime minister, said that Assistant Deputy Commissioner Sue Akers had expressed her dissatisfaction of the initial inquiry during discussion of the failings that led to officers not warning him that his messages may have been illegally intercepted while he was helping to run the country.

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Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, suspects that her mobile-phone voicemails were hacked by tabloid reporters.

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Prescott named on new list of potential victims as police admit failings in the investigation

Ian Burrell: Alarm bells ring for Murdoch in his Wapping fortress

There are many reasons why Rupert Murdoch will be alarmed at this latest development in the long-running phone hacking scandal at the fenced compound in Wapping, east London, that houses the media mogul's stable of British newspapers, News International.

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Ian Burrell: So much for the theory of a 'rogue reporter'

With its dismissal of Ian Edmondson, News International abandoned the mantra it has chanted for four years: that phone hacking carried out by the News of the World was the work of a "rogue reporter". That was the line from January 2007, when the paper's royal editor, Clive Goodman, was jailed for illegally intercepting the royal household's messages.

Phone hacking: the next turn of the screw

Senior executive sacked as police launch new inquiry

Andreas Whittam Smith: Cameron is guilty of moral blindness

How far does the writ run of appeasing News International? If it runs at all, we can confidently say that it starts from No. 10

Ian Burrell: What was written off as a spat now has the feel of being more significant

Such practices appear to have ended abruptly with Goodman's jailing in 2007

Exclusive: Brown asks Scotland Yard to investigate if he was hacked

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