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The private investigator regularly commissioned by senior editors at the News of the World was "generally known" by staff to be part of the paper's "special investigations team", the Old Bailey has heard.

Eight hundred people had phones hacked

The final total of people whose phones were hacked by the News of the World will be about 800, it was reported today.

NI tried to destroy my life, says lawyer

A lawyer for phone-hacking victims today accused Rupert Murdoch's News International of trying to "destroy" his life.

NOTW reporters 'thrown to the wolves' by editors

News of the World journalists deleted voicemails from murdered teenager Milly Dowler's mobile phone, the Leveson Inquiry heard.

Hugh Grant arrives at the Leveson Inquiry at the High Court in London

Hugh Grant: 'Mail on Sunday may also have hacked my phone'

The publisher of the Mail on Sunday yesterday denied Hugh Grant's allegations at the Leveson Inquiry that key details obtained by the paper about his personal life could only have been obtained by the illegal interception of his voicemails.

Hugh Grant arrives at the Leveson Inquiry at the High Court in London

Grant marches into battle: I was hacked by Mail on Sunday

Evidence suggests practice went beyond News International

Actor Hugh Grant says he believes his phone was hacked by the Mail on Sunday

Mail on Sunday 'refutes' hacking claim

The Mail on Sunday newspaper tonight "utterly refuted" a suggestion that it had hacked the phone of actor Hugh Grant.

Phone hacker's edited notes will be published

A summarised version of the notebooks kept by the jailed private detective commissioned by the News of the World to illegally intercept phone messages will be published by the judicial inquiry into the hacking scandal.

Mulcaire names NOTW hacking chiefs

The private detective at the centre of the phone-hacking scandal, Glenn Mulcaire, has revealed the names of the staff at the News of the World who instructed him to carry out the hacking.

Glenn Mulcaire told to reveal names

The private detective jailed for illegally intercepting voicemail messages on behalf of a journalist at The News of the World has been ordered to reveal who asked him to carry out the phone-hacking.

Private eye Glenn Mulcaire sues to make Murdochs pay his fees

The private investigator Glenn Mulcaire, who hacked voicemails on behalf of the News of the World, is suing Rupert Murdoch's News International to force it to continue paying his legal fees.

Glenn Mulcaire suing News International

A private investigator jailed over phone hacking is taking legal action against News International, the company confirmed today.

Leslie Ash and Lee Chapman settle hack claim

Celebrity couple Leslie Ash and Lee Chapman have settled their phone hacking claim against the News of the World - and now plan to take action against other newspapers.

Chancellor was targeted by News of the World's hacker, says dominatrix

Dirty tricks claims turn the spotlight on the man who helped bring Andy Coulson to Downing Street

Watchdog to probe claim that police leaked Dowler details

A Surrey police officer is to be investigated over allegations that he passed information about the hunt for the killer of schoolgirl Milly Dowler to the News of the World.

Simon Hughes sues over phone hacking

The deputy to Nick Clegg has become the first Coalition MP to launch a damages claim against News International

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