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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.

Prescott accused of 'ranting' over phone hacking

Lord Prescott was accused of "ranting" and wasting public money today after he said he would seek a judicial review into the News of the World phone-hacking row.

Phone-hacking test cases could lead to deluge of celebrity claims

Lawyers are preparing to use a series of test cases involving politicians and celebrities to challenge Scotland Yard's handling of the phone-hacking scandal and pave the way to multiple six-figure compensation claims against the News of the World.

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The No 10 communications chief proclaims his innocence, but with inquiries and court cases threatening, David Cameron and Rupert Murdoch are watching keenly. James Hanning reports

Ken Livingstone to ask Yard if he was victim of hacking

The former mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, yesterday became the latest public figure to suggest that he is a victim of phone-hacking by News of the World journalists. He is writing to the Metropolitan Police to ask whether his details were on the list of names seized by officers who arrested Glenn Mulcaire and Clive Goodman, the private investigator and tabloid reporter jailed for phone-hacking in 2007.

Commons declares war on 'media barons and their red-topped assassins'

New parliamentary inquiry will have the power to force senior newspaper executives to give evidence

Police to reopen phone hacking investigation as more witnesses emerge

Sunday newspaper's former head of news may hold the key to the Tory spin doctor's future

New probe launched into phone-hacking claims

A new inquiry into allegations that public figures had their phones hacked was launched today.

Simon Carr: If this isn't considered fresh evidence, then what would be?

Sketch: Just because a person's name, phone number, PIN and password appear in a phone hacker's accounts doesn't mean that person is a target for hacking.

The 'culture of fear' inside News of the World HQ

When the News of the World hit its sales zenith of more than 8 million copies a week in the 1950s, it did so under the advertising slogan "All human life is there." Some 60 years later, its former punchline might be applied not so much to the contents of the paper as to the type of people it employs to hunt relentlessly for a scoop.

David Cameron under pressure to defend Coulson as calls for inquiry grow

Labour leadership rivals unite in call for inquiry as victims take case to High Court

Is Coulson the most dangerous man in Britain? (As the NoW might say)

Some senior Labour figures think so. As the privacy controversy spirals, Andy Coulson is truly in the thick of it. But where will this tale of modern Britain end?

Charlotte Harris: A star witness who risks prosecution is an unlikely liar

Who to believe? On one side we have Andy Coulson, a former showbiz hack and red-top editor, who says he knew nothing about illegal phone-hacking taking place at the News of the World during the five years he was in charge. On the other is Sean Hoare, another former showbiz hack, who was showbiz editor during Coulson's reign and who alleges that Coulson knew all along what was going on. Not only did Coulson know, says Hoare, he actively encouraged his staff to intercept the phone calls of celebrities in the pursuit of exclusives.

Jowell's revelations add to Coulson's discomfort - and Cameron's

Hackers illegally tapped a mobile phone belonging to Tessa Jowell at least 28 times while she was a serving cabinet minister, it emerged last night.

Christina Patterson: Here's one saving right in Downing St

Andy Coulson's salary on recruitment was widely reported to be 'in the region of' £475,000. When I asked No 10 for a firm figure, they refused to give it

Opik instructs lawyers over mobile phone hacking case

MP asks Met if his pin was among those found in files of jailed investigator
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