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

George Osborne under pressure to appear at Leveson Inquiry

George Osborne is under increasing pressure to appear in person at the Leveson Inquiry following the disclosure of further evidence of his close links to the Murdoch empire.

Andy Coulson after giving evidence to Leveson on Thursday

IoS exclusive: Revealed - how Coulson called Cameron's bluff

New book exposes desperation of the Tory leader to woo Murdoch

Leading article: Conclusive evidence of the cosy club at the top

For more than 10 years, Ms Brooks was at the centre of a web that went far beyond professional contact only

News Corp reports rise in profits

News Corporation has reported a strong rise in quarterly profits despite continuing legal charges over the phone-hacking scandal.

Joan Smith: Why are we paying for the PM's lawyers?

Many of the questions Cameron faces are about a personal relationship

Milly Dowler's deleted messages to stay a mystery

The truth about how murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler's phone messages were deleted may never emerge, the Leveson Inquiry heard today.

Andy Coulson will appear at the Leveson Inquiry this week

Leveson is urged to reverse ruling on witness statements

Concern over ministerial advisers' role ahead of testimony that could damage Government

Leading article: A question of competence

Mr Cameron seems to take too much on trust and fails to think things through
Andy Coulson held shares in News Corporation while he was David Cameron's head of communications at Downing Street, it was revealed today

IoS exclusive: Coulson owned News Corp shares while at No 10

Revelation raises key questions for inquiry: did Cameron know, and, if not, why not?

Dial M for Murdoch, By Tom Watson and Martin Hickman

Murdoch: My part in his downfall

Leading article: So what might ministers have to fear?

The inquiry into the role of the press and the police in the phone-hacking scandal was announced by the Prime Minister last July. It opened, under Lord Justice Leveson, in November.

David Cameron and Jeremy Hunt named as core participants at Leveson Inquiry

Prime Minister David Cameron and Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt were today given the right to see Leveson Inquiry documents and witness statements in advance.

Bailey pays the price for clinging on to her bonus

Sly Bailey, one of the most powerful women in the British media, quit her post as chief executive of Trinity Mirror yesterday after a revolt by shareholders who demanded that she cut her lucrative bonus package.

Cameron gets legal tutoring to prepare for grilling at Leveson

Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks also due to appear as inquiry closes in on No 10

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