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

The Queen was upset by police officers eating nuts left around Buckingham Palace, the trial into alleged phone hacking at the News of the World has heard

Hacking trial: Police officers 'irritated' Queen by eating nuts left out at Buckingham Palace, court told

The hacking trial at the Old Bailey has heard how the Queen was “narked” that police were, she believed, eating snacks left out for her by Buckingham Palace staff.

Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy

Chelsy Davy 'blitzed' Prince Harry with calls, Old Bailey hacking trial is told

Court told News of the World intercepted phone messages to find stories on the royal family

Clive Goodman, the former News of the World royal correspondent

Hacking trial: 'We'd be jailed' - former NOTW royal editor Clive Goodman warned managing editor Stuart Kuttner over cash payments to sources, jury told

The former royal editor of the News of the World warned a senior executive on the Murdoch-owned paper “We could all end up in jail” if payments to his police sources were traced, the Old Bailey has heard.

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.

The jury heard of a NOTW investigation into an affair they believed Mr Clarke and his special adviser, Hannah Pawlby (pictured), had been having

Phone hacking trial: Charles Clarke’s aide wrongly accused of affair ‘had phone hacked’

Messages allegedly left by Andy Coulson for political advisor, Hannah Pawlby, had shifted to her phone's 'saved messages' box because of their interception

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney

Phone hacking trial: Kate Middleton and Boris Johnson on 'list of targets' and receptionist told Wayne Rooney to leave massage parlour 'before his career was destroyed'

The England striker Wayne Rooney was told by the receptionist of a Liverpool massage parlour to cover his face and get out “before he was destroyed and his career was over,” the phone-hacking trial heard yesterday.

The News Matrix: Tuesday 12 November 2013

Blunkett angered by press hacking

Phone-hacking trial: David Blunkett believed someone 'very, very close' was intent on destroying his private life, court hears

The extent of the anger and frustration felt by the former home secretary is revealed in a series of voicemail recordings

The former Home Secretary David Blunkett with Kimberly Quinn in 2003; the couple were having an affair

Phone hacking trial: Recordings of David Blunkett’s love messages found in NI safe

Court hears of emotional voicemails in which former Home Secretary tries to prevent break-up

A friend of Andy Coulson’s who met Rebekah Brooks on holiday in 2002 said she rarely switched off her phone

Phone hacking trial: Rebekah Brooks ‘phoned NOTW about missing schoolgirl’

Court hears how Ms Brooks rarely switched off her mobile during a holiday to Dubai at the height of the hunt for Milly Dowler

Former FIA chairman Max Mosley

French court orders Google to block Max Mosley orgy pictures

Former F1 president Max Mosley has won a ruling in a French court that Google must prevent its search engine from providing links to nine images showing his involvement in a sadomasochist orgy.

Former Chief Executive of News International, Rebekah Brooks and her husband Charlie leave the Old Bailey

'NOTW' played Milly Dowler’s messages to Surrey police 11 years ago

A guest at a Dubai hotel said Rebekah Brooks ‘left a gathering to discuss a missing Surrey schoolgirl’

Huhne’s ex-wife Vicky Pryce was released after serving two months and is writing a book entitled Prisonomics, focusing on how the prison system treats women

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The ex-wife of disgraced former Cabinet minister Chris Huhne said she did not blame the journalists involved in the pair's downfall.

Michael Gove adviser says genetics are more important than teaching

Dominic Cummings report claims as much as 70 per cent of a child’s performance is genetically derived

Katie Price received undisclosed damages on behalf of the NOTW

From Lauren Pope and Katie Price to a former South Yorkshire Police chief: Phone hacking victims accept damages

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