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.

Coulson's departure takes heat off Cameron – but not Murdoch

The News of the World phone-hacking scandal forced Andy Coulson to resign for a second time yesterday, the former editor quitting his Downing Street post as David Cameron's director of communications.

Still on the line: Phone-hacking case is far from finished

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Pressure grows on Met's phone-hacking inquiry

Pressure was growing on Scotland Yard last night to explain its failure to interview senior executives on the News of the World amid claims that its original investigation into the phone-hacking scandal missed potentially crucial lines of inquiry.

Clegg backs Coulson investigation

Nick Clegg yesterday gave his public backing to an independent investigation into phone hacking at the News of the World while it was run by the Government's communications director Andy Coulson. Mr Clegg said it was "totally legitimate" for Keir Starmer, the Director of Public Prosecutions, to review evidence suggesting journalists working for Mr Coulson illegally accessed voicemails of public figures.

Fresh 'victims' spell trouble for Murdoch

The phone hacking scandal engulfing the News of the World is set to cost the newspaper's parent company tens of millions of pounds in legal fees and settlement bills after more celebrities announced they would be suing the title over the weekend.

Phone hacking: 'News of the World' emails 'lost' on the way to India

Information watchdog launches inquiry as potentially vital messages go missing

'New evidence' found in phone-hacking lawsuit

Lawyers for Sienna Miller claim to have discovered evidence which shows that a senior News of the World executive was aware a private investigator was being paid to hack into the actress' voicemails.

Sheridan on trial – but it's Coulson in the dock

Jonathan Brown sees former News of the World editor defend himself against accusations of complicity in phone-hacking

Coulson to appear in court at perjury trial

David Cameron's director of communications Andy Coulson is to appear at Glasgow High Court next week to give evidence in the perjury case of former Scottish Socialist Party leader Tommy Sheridan.

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Pressure grows on Coulson as police contact former colleague

A former News of the World executive who admits hacking mobile phones while working under Andy Coulson has revealed that he has been contacted by Scotland Yard and expects to be interviewed under caution as the reopened police investigation continues.

Coulson 'listened to hacked phone messages'

Andy Coulson listened to intercepted voicemail messages left on the phones of public figures while he was editor of the News of the World, according to a former senior journalist on the Sunday newspaper.

Why gossiping glossies are rot off the press

Revelations about pop stars and actors are everywhere. But can you believe any of them?

Prescott hits back after former Met chief accuses him of ranting

John Prescott is embroiled in an extraordinary row with the former senior Scotland Yard officer who investigated the News of the World phone-hacking scandal.

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