News The Labour MP, Tom Watson, wants the full version of what the inquiry made its conclusions on to be examined

The Home Secretary has been asked to investigate whether vital reports and documents in the possession of Scotland Yard were seen in full by Lord Justice Leveson before he reached key conclusions in his report on the press.

Mervyn Barrett’s team resign en masse after question marks are raised over funding

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Mervyn Barrett's team resign en masse after question marks are raised over funding

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Ex-NOTW chief Neil Wallis 'advised police officers'

Former News of the World executive Neil Wallis advised two former senior policemen on how to get the job of Scotland Yard commissioner, the Leveson Inquiry heard today.

Metropolitan Police's head of communications, Dick Fedorcio

Met press chief reveals 'incestuous' Murdoch ties

Dick Fedorcio tells Leveson Inquiry he let NOTW journalist file story on his computer

Leading article: More horseplay in Chipping Norton

The arrests yesterday morning of six people, including the former chief executive of News International, Rebekah Brooks, and her racehorse-trainer husband, coincided not just with the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival – embarrassment for them – but with the start of the official visit of their friend David Cameron to the United States – embarrassment for him. The association between the Brookses and the Camerons, as members of the so-called Chipping Norton set, has been a recurrent theme of the phone-hacking scandal, and it is refusing to go away.

Paul Condon - Met Commissioner (1993-2000): Joined G4S in 2004. In 2006 became deputy chairman, as well as being chairman of the remuneration committee, a member of the audit and nomination committees and senior independent director. Paid: £125,000 a year. Holds 2,000 shares. G4S recently secured £200m contract with Lincolnshire Police Authority. On 1 April,G4Stakes over HR, finance, custody staff, firearms licensing, town inquiry offices, crime management bureau, criminal justice unit and force control room services among others.

A force for good? the rise of private police

Constabularies are paying firms billions to run services for them – when many of those companies employ their old colleagues

Lord Prescott launches police campaign

Former deputy prime minister Lord Prescott launched a campaign to "keep the police public" today, warning that bringing in private security firms could lead to the privatisation of bobbies on the beat.

Exclusive: Was 'Sun on Sunday' brought forward to beat revelations?

'Jaw-dropping' testimonies expected as focus turns to police and public officials

It is rumoured that Rebekah Brooks has been told she will get a new senior NI role when the hacking affair is resolved

Rebekah Brooks' former PA arrested by phone hack police

A former personal assistant for Rebekah Brooks was arrested today by detectives investigating phone hacking at the News of the World.

Bernard Hogan-Howe's warning to 'other' killers

Britain's top police officer said today "the other people involved in the murder of Stephen Lawrence should not rest easily in their beds".

Police warned on press 'flirting'

Metropolitan Police officers have been warned against “late night carousing” and alcohol-fuelled “flirting” with journalists in an official inquiry report which castigates senior Scotland Yard figures for their cosy relationships with the media.

Alex Wheatle: A hope I feel in spite of so many wrongs

The recent intolerance displayed by the public towards racial abuse is encouraging

Flowers are left on the memorial plaque to Stephen Lawrence at the bus stop in Eltham, south-east London, where he died

Key Macpherson report figure says Met is still racist

One of the panel identified stop and search as proof of continuing racism

Police chief 'pleased' for Stephen Lawrence family

The police chief leading the Stephen Lawrence murder inquiry praised the victim's parents for bringing major changes "in society as a whole".

Change 'unsafe' law on assisted dying, says ex police chief

Lord Blair, ahead of a landmark report this week, says existing legislation fails both those it seeks to protect and those who enforce it

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