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Former Chief Executive of News International, Rebekah Brooks, arrives at the Old Bailey Central Criminal Court

Hacking trial: Jury sees CCTV footage of a “complicated and risky plan” to keep evidence out of police hands

CCTV footage of a "complicated and risky plan" involving the husband of Rebekah Brooks and News International security men allegedly trying to ensure that material was kept out of the reach of police, has been shown to the phone hacking trial at the Old Bailey.

CCTV footage of Rebekah Brooks' husband allegedly hiding evidence from the police was shown to the jury

Hacking trial: Jury sees CCTV footage of Rebekah Brooks' husband allegedly hiding evidence from police

CCTV footage of Rebekah Brooks' husband allegedly hiding evidence from the police investigating phone hacking has been shown to a jury.

The MP Louise Ellman branded the use of parking fines to raise revenue unacceptable and illegal

Councils make £600m profit from parking tickets

Councils across England have been accused of implementing “an unacceptable mass ticketing culture” after the release of figures showing that car parking charges have generated £600m of surplus profit in the past year.

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Jurors have been warned to ignore David Cameron's comments about Nigella Lawson

Trial judge rebukes David Cameron over remarks about Nigella Lawson

Jurors told it was 'of regret' when public figures comment about someone involved in a trial

'I'm experiencing austerity as well', says Princess Michael of Kent

Princess speaks of her love for the budget airline easyJet saying: 'it’s the only direct route to Biarritz'

Professor Green arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice

The rapper has been bailed following a police investigation

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'The thinking leads the making and vice versa... They go hand in hand'

Rivers Pound has to pay an additional £120 for his 'spare' bedroom

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Brokers and underwriters line the balconies and escalators of the Lloyd's of London building in central London

Armistice Day 2013: Britons at home and abroad pay tribute

Estimated 4,000 people were in Trafalgar Square to observe the silence

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