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Another actor-turned-activist, comedian Steve Coogan, appeared at the Inquiry the day after Mr Grant, and accused former <i>News of the World</i> editor Andy Coulson of secretly listening in on a phone call designed to entice him into revealing personal information.<br/>
Mr Coogan said he was at the Inquiry to represent those who didn’t 'have the stomach' to be there. After having stories published about him for years, the Alan Partridge creator said he felt his ‘closet was empty of skeletons’ and was ‘immune’ from any repercussions arising from giving evidence. </p>

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Beaches 'can be village greens'

Beaches are capable of being registered as "village greens", a High Court judge declared today.

Amex jobs could move abroad

Around 190 jobs could be moved offshore by American Express under proposals put out to consultation.

Man guilty of harassment campaign

A jilted former City worker found guilty of orchestrating a campaign of harassment against a doctor and her mother faces jail.

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