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

Officer from Milly Dowler case wants chief constable job

The senior police officer who led the investigation into the disappearance and murder of Milly Dowler, and who has recently been investigated by the police watchdog over his handling of the case, could be Devon and Cornwall’s next chief constable.

Senior policewoman who leaked to NOTW found guilty of misconduct

April Casburn's high-flying career in the police ended in disgrace last night when she was convicted of offering to leak details of the phone-hacking inquiry to the News of the World.

Detective Chief Inspector April Casburn was found guilty of one count of misconduct in public office

Detective faces jail for offering hacking probe leaks to NOTW

April Casburn’s high-flying career in the police ended in disgrace tonight when she was convicted of offering to leak details of the phone hacking inquiry to the News of the World.

Scotland Yard officer made 'extremely stupid' decision to give News of the World information about new phone hacking inquiry

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Counter-terrorism officers interviewed Sienna Miller for their phone-hacking investigation

Met Police saw hacking inquiry as a 'chance to meet celebrities'

Counter-terrorism detectives set up Operation Varec as a jolly, says officer facing charge

Model Elle Macpherson will answer key questions on phone hacking

Elle Macpherson to be quizzed on why she believes her former manager was the source of News of the World leaks

The Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson is to be formally asked 11 key questions on phone hacking and what led her to conclude that her former manager, Mary Ellen Field, was the source of leaks published in the News of the World that revealed private details about her personal life.

Max Clifford denies breaching former royal butler Paul Burrell's confidentiality by passing personal details to News of the World

Max Clifford, the king of Fleet Street’s kiss-and-tell market, has denied claims by the former royal butler Paul Burrell that he breached his confidentiality by passing personal details about him to the News of the World.

Ian Burrell: It's a shame Leveson saved his insights about the relationship between new and old media for his fans downunder

Many bloggers and tweeters, Lord Justice Leveson has argued this morning, are “no more than electronic versions of pub gossip”.

Public must question itself too over nurse Saldanha's death

In some way, doesn't this tragedy follow on from our hunger for royal news?

Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks

Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks bailed to 8 March

David Cameron's former spin doctor Andy Coulson and ex-News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks appeared at the Old Bailey today accused of making corrupt payments to public officials.

John Yates: Assistant Commissioner*
“The error of judgement in deciding on immediate and prompt dismissal of the allegations by press announcement that afternoon [in July 2009] should have been apparent at the time.”
*All have retired or resigned

Blunders not corruption led to bungled police response

Report finds no reason to question Met’s integrity, but casts doubt on competence

Rebekah Brooks was charged with bribery at Westminster magistrates' court yesterday

It's not all bad news: listening to Leveson yesterday, I realised this is an opportunity for the press

Our industry is beset by chronic structural problems, but it is worth taking away some positives from what has been a long, hard and useful bout of introspection

Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks

Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks in court over charges linked to alleged corrupt payments to public officials

David Cameron's former spin doctor Andy Coulson and ex-News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks appeared in court today to face charges linked to alleged corrupt payments to public officials.

Lord Justice Leveson's report on phone hacking will be published in November, with possible controls on the press

Public doesn't care a jot – or a tittle – about Leveson

Sitting in a newspaper office, it's easy to believe that the Leveson Report is a highly significant moment. But few outside them seem to care

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Rupert Murdoch's life to be made into a TV show

Murdoch fans who have tired of the false intimacy of following him on Twitter are in for a treat; Southern Star Entertainment have announced the production of a four-hour programme for Australian television about the bedevilled media tycoon.

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