Hugh Grant

Hacked Off: The lobby group that appeared from nowhere - and assumed

The Hacked Off campaigners are not shy about proclaiming what they have achieved, and what work they still see ahead of them. In an almost evangelical tone, they claim that their high-profile lobbying helped force David Cameron into setting up the Leveson Inquiry, and that victims of press abuse were able to tell their story with Hacked Off’s help.

New cases mean hacking scandal is far from over

Rupert Murdoch’s hopes of drawing a line under the financially toxic phone-hacking scandal will be derailed in the High Court on Friday when details of more hacking victims are announced.

Dacre ordered to reappear in front of Leveson inquiry

Paul Dacre, the editor-in-chief of Associated Newspapers, publishers of the Daily Mail, has been given a "not negotiable" order to reappear before the Leveson Inquiry this Thursday. In a direction laced with controlled anger, Lord Justice Leveson said his review would not fit its business around Mr Dacre's schedule. He declined an appeal by Mr Dacre's lawyer, Jonathan Caplan QC, to answer questions in writing.

Dowlers to testify over 'despicable act'

Revelations that Milly Dowler's phone had been hacked propelled a newspaper scandal into a matter of public outrage. Today the murdered schoolgirl's parents will be the first witnesses before Lord Justice Leveson's inquiry into media ethics and practice, sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice.

Hugh Grant considers legal action after seeing 'phone-hacking

Hugh Grant said yesterday that an officer from Scotland Yard's Operation Weeting team investigating phone-hacking by the News of the World had visited him and shown him evidence of how he and his family had been targeted by the tabloid newspaper.

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