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“Shock” and “anxiety” ran through the editorial floor of the News of the World the day two people were arrested in 2006 in connection with phone hacking. The description, from the former News International staff journalist Dan Evans, was told to the jury at the phone hacking trial.

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

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Ian Edmondson is 'currently unfit' and will take no further part in the trial over alleged phone hacking

Ian Edmondson declared 'unfit' to face phone-hacking trial

The consensus of opinion of doctors instructed both by the defence and the prosecution is that he is currently unfit, says judge

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Hacking trial: private investigator Glenn Mulcaire was known as part of NOTW 'investigations team', jury told

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.

Sun on Sunday appoints Victoria Newton as new editor

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Clive Palmer: The mining magnate claims Wendi Deng is a Chinese spy

Australia election: Kevin Rudd says Tony Abbott wants to turn the nation into a cross between 'Upstairs Downstairs' and 'Downton Abbey'

In a fractious end to the campaign, mining magnate Clive Palmer has alleged that Rupert Murdoch’s estranged wife is a Chinese spy

Will selling to Murdoch ruin Vice's credibility?

Rupert Murdoch has nothing to lose here. Only time will tell whether the Vice brand is damaged by being connected to a reactionary network like Fox News

Lucy Holmes, who launched the No More Page 3 petition

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Campaigners bolstered by Sun editor’s decision to ‘reinvent’ its most famous and controversial fixture for the 21st century

Rupert Murdoch has been apologetic in public over allegations

Caught on tape: News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch reveals what he really thinks about bribing public officials

Media tycoon calls police inquiry a ‘disgrace’ in secret recording

Another publishing star exits: Chief executive, Victoria Barnsley, leaves HarpersCollins

The boss of Rupert Murdoch's British book publishing arm, HarperCollins, dramatically departed yesterday as parent company News Corporation moved much of the UK responsibilities to its head office in New York.

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