News Former News of the World reporter Dan Evans allegedly hacked into the phone of supermodel Kate Moss and listened to an apparent declaration of love from Bond actor Daniel Craig

Former reporter Dan Evans alleges he intercepted a voicemail for model Kate Moss

Former correspondent of the News of the World and Sunday Mirror Dan Evans arrives at the Old Bailey

Hacking Trial: NOTW reporter Dan Evans was 'a risky hacker' who 'wanted to get caught'

On the day a serial hacker from the News of the World claimed to have played an illegally obtained voicemail recording to Andy Coulson on the newsroom floor of the paper’s Wapping headquarters, Mr Coulson was not in London, the phone hacking trial at the Old Bailey has heard.

Former correspondent of the News of the World and Sunday Mirror Dan Evans arrives at the Old Bailey

Hacking trial: NOTW reporter Dan Evans says phone hacking such common knowledge at paper 'even the office cat knew'

Journalist tells jury at the Old Bailey he had been caught up in 'an enormous conspiracy'

Former correspondent of the News of the World and Sunday Mirror Dan Evans arrives at the Old Bailey

Hacking trial: ex News of the World journalist Dan Evans describes destroying evidence of hacking activity

“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.

Andy Coulson (left) knew details of affair between Sienna Miller and Daniel Craig had been obtained illegally, Old Bailey jurors were told

Hacking trial: Andy Coulson knew details of affair between Sienna Miller and Daniel Craig were obtained illegally, Old Bailey told

The NOTW editor was played a taped recording of a message left by Ms Miller on Mr Craig's phone, jury hears

The newspaper industry has applied for an injunction against the consideration of a historical Royal Charter on press reform

Phone hacking coverage divides Fleet Street into those who look - and those who look away

Some papers focused on crime, others took a showbiz angle

Former tabloid reporter Dan Evans appeared at the Old Bailey, and pleaded guilty to phone hacking.

I hacked 200 phones for NOTW, says ex-reporter Dan Evans

Dan Evans said he took phone hacking techniques and technology with him when he joined the News Of The World from The Sunday Mirror in 2004

Actor Jude Law arrives for the phone-hacking trial to give evidence at Old Bailey on 27 January, 2014 in London, England.

Phone-hacking trial: Jude Law 'didn't know family member sold his stories to NOTW'

The actor told the court that the press had an "unhealthy amount of information" about his life

Neil Wallis, who gave evidence to the Leveson Inquiry in 2012, criticised the police investigation

Cleared former NOTW deputy editor Neil Wallis questioned further by police over hacking

Scotland Yard said Mr Wallis 'was interviewed under caution in connection with suspicion of conspiracy to illegally intercept voicemails. He was not arrested'

Hacking trial: Rebekah Brooks 'asked for office bug sweep'

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

Cheryl Carter was PA to Rebekah Brooks, pictured left, for 19 years

Rebekah Brooks' PA Cheryl Carter denies cover-up 'payment'

Rebekah Brooks’ former personal assistant has denied she was rewarded with a job offer in Australia for attempting to cover up evidence of phone hacking.

2013 - the year in review: Very public justice for Chris Huhne and Nigella Lawson

In the harsh glare of legal inquisition, embarrassing personal failings are among the first things to come out

Alexander Hanson, here with Charlotte Blackledge as Mandy Rice-Davies, plays the title role in 'Stephen Ward'

Stephen Ward, Aldwych theatre, review: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s never had it so... laboured

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A jury at the Old Bailey heard transcripts of messages from Prince William to his then-girlfriend Kate Middleton, allegedly intercepted by the now-defunct News of the World

Hacking trial: Kate Middleton's phone 'hacked by News of the World', as court hears message revealing Prince William was ‘almost shot’

Jury hears for first time alleged details of hacking targeting future king and queen

Stuart Kuttner, the former managing editor of the News of the World

Hacking trial: Former NOTW Managing Editor Stuart Kuttner 'appalled' at allegations against him

‘I spent 29 years . . . involved in committees that set standards'

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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