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

Katie Price is due to divorce second husband Alex Reid today

Katie Price settles phone-hacking claim

Katie Price has settled her phone-hacking damages action at the High Court.

Piers Morgan thinks he's a better interviewer than his rivals

Piers Morgan: I'm a better interviewer than Jonathan Ross, Graham Norton and Alan Carr

The former Britain's Got Talent judge isn't known for his modesty

Sun on Sunday appoints Victoria Newton as new editor

Former showbiz reporter Victoria Newton has been appointed editor of The Sun On Sunday.

Nick Clegg refused to condone Chris Huhne's comments about the UK press

‘British press free to report what they want’: Clegg refuses to condemn newspapers that exposed Chris Huhne

Deputy Prime Minister refuses to be drawn into disgraced MP Chris Huhne’s tussle with Murdoch

Journalist Dan Evans to face hacking charges

A journalist has been charged with offences linked to phone hacking after being on police bail for two years.

Young British milers start to build on the Olympic legacy

It has been one 'L' of a Legacy. While the 65,000 ticket-only guests raised a glass to the first birthday of the infant London 2012 Olympics, and to Jess, Mo and Co, there was a drop of considerably greater vintage to savour as the Emsley Carr Mile clocked up another milestone at the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games yesterday.

Lucy Holmes, who launched the No More Page 3 petition

'Keep the bare boobs out of The Sun': Is Page 3 about to move upmarket?

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

Elveden: First non-News International journalist to be charged over alleged corrupt payments to public officials appears in court

The first journalist employed outside Rupert Murdoch’s media empire to be charged with illegal newsgathering appeared in court charged with alleged bribery.

Lynton Crosby played a big part in the Tories’ election win

Now Cameron aide Lynton Crosby’s links to fracking industry are explored

Lynton Crosby under more pressure following Government’s decision to abandon tobacco pledge

Rupert Murdoch is set to appear before MPs again over phone-hacking comments

Rupert Murdoch ready to face MPs' questions again over phone-hacking recording

Media tycoon asked to reappear before Culture, Media and Sport Committee after tape shows him venting anger about police investigations

Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks

Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson lose last-ditch legal attempt to block phone hacking prosecution

The former News of the World editors tried to get their case dismissed at the Court of Appeal

Ian Hurst, former Army intelligence officer: 'The whole matter is extremely odd … and it suggests a sense of panic on the part of the inquiry'

Lord Leveson hits out in row over suppressed hacking dossier

Report fell outside my remit, says inquiry judge

Former Downing Street communications director and News of the World editor, Andy Coulson

Former No 10 spin chief Andy Coulson has appeared in court charged with perjury

Andy Coulson, the former Downing Street director of communications, has appeared in court in Scotland charged with perjury.

9 September: trial date set for Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks

The trail of News International's former chief executive Rebekah Brooks, her husband Charles, the former News of the World editor and Downing Street communications chief, Andy Coulson, and others linked to an alleged illegal phone hacking conspiracy, will begin on 9 September.

Andy Coulson pleaded not guilty to one charge of conspiring with others to intercept mobile phone voicemail messages between 3 October 2000 and 9 August 2006

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson denies hacking conspiracy

Mr Coulson, 45, from south east London, appeared at Southwark Crown Court to face three charges.

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