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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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Boris Johnson faced embarrassment last night over the disclosure of several previously unknown contacts with senior News International (NI) executives at the height of the storm over phone hacking.

High Court rules lawyers representing phone hacking victims have had 'too much of a good thing' with NI disclosures

The High Court ruled today that lawyers representing phone hacking victims have had “too much of a good thing” in terms of general disclosures from News International.  

Former News International legal adviser Tom Crone denies any criminal offence

News International's former legal adviser Tom Crone “categorically denies” any criminal offence, his solicitor said today, after the 60-year-old was arrested and bailed by police investigating phone hacking.

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Tom Crone, the former News International (NI) legal manager who left the company last year after falling out very publicly with the Murdochs, was arrested yesterday as part of Scotland Yard's phone-hacking inquiry.

Tom Crone held in phone hacking investigation

News International's former legal adviser Tom Crone was arrested this morning by police investigating alleged phone hacking.

Being cleared by Leveson could pave the way for Jeremy Hunt to be promoted by David Cameron

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Politicians and media prepared, but judge must be careful not to prejudice future trials

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The Sun was not acting in the public interest when it published embarrassing photographs of Prince Harry, Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt said today.

Rupert Murdoch says critics should 'give Prince Harry a break'

Rupert Murdoch has sympathised with Prince Harry in the wake of the royal's naked photograph controversy, urging critics to give him "a break".

Murdoch: saw initial failure to run the photos as 'humiliating'

Angry Murdoch used Harry photos to defy Leveson

The owner of 'The Sun' intervened personally to run the pictures of the naked prince

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