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

First part of Leveson Inquiry report to be released next Thursday

The report from the first part of the Leveson Inquiry into press standards is to be released next Thursday.

Police charge Brooks and Coulson with bribery

A senior civil servant at the Ministry of Defence was on the payroll of The Sun for almost a decade, prosecutors claimed yesterday as they charged the former editor of Britain's best-selling newspaper, Rebekah Brooks, and its chief reporter with plotting to bribe public officials.

Andy Coulson alleged to have conspired to bribe public officials to secure phone numbers of the Royal Family

David Cameron’s former communications director, Andy Coulson, conspired to bribe public officials to secure the phone numbers of the Royal Family, according to the charges against him announced today.

Andy Coulson (left) and Rebekah Brooks

MoD civil servant pocketed '£100k from The Sun': Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson charged with plotting to bribe public officials

A senior civil servant at the Ministry of Defence was on the payroll of the Sun for almost a decade, prosecutors claimed as they charged the former editor of Britain’s best-selling newspaper, Rebekah Brooks, and its chief reporter with plotting to bribe public officials.

It's no different to being a minister, says Dorries

Our diarist wonders if Nadine Dorries' excuse for a jungle getaway holds water, and if there'll be apologies to Lord McAlpine from some parliamentary tweeters

Leveson Inquiry DID ask David Cameron to provide evidence of News International communications on 'a range of issues'

Pressure grows on Cameron to publish communications with Rebekah Brooks

Sir Richard Branson, left, and Rupert Murdoch had fallen out over Virgin’s moves into TV

Murdoch's rivals in City may be victims of phone hacking

Commercial espionage became a possible motive for phone hacking today after a top City PR firm said attempts may have been made to access the voicemails of executives who were advising on media takeovers.

Jonathan Rees was paid for information by an executive at the Mirror Group

Mirror executive paid £125 a time for mobile numbers

The Daily Mirror bought mobile phone numbers and PIN codes used to access voicemails from a private investigations agency linked to Jonathan Rees, a notorious figure who also had contracts with the News of the World, i can reveal.

Mirror bought mobile numbers from detective linked to News of the World

Invoices show executive regularly paid for voicemail codes from disgraced private eye

Two US newspapers in Murdoch's sights

Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch is eyeing up the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune newspapers as he looks to prove there is still money to be made out of print.

The Prime Minister avoided questions over private emails between him and the former News International chief executive, Rebekah Brooks

'It stinks of a cover-up': David Cameron sidesteps email cache questions

Cameron refuses to give further details on Brooks correspondence in reply to Labour deputy leader

The Prime Minister lost his cool in the Commons

Angry Cameron breaks protocol in refusing to tell MPs about emails to Rebekah Brooks

David Cameron is under pressure to release private emails exchanged with Rebekah Brooks that he has withheld from the Leveson Inquiry, after extraordinary scenes in the House of Commons in which he refused to answer a question on the issue.

Pressure grows on David Cameron to release 'secret' Rebekah Brooks emails

Labour says Downing Street must show there is no cover-up over News Corp messages

Fighting fit: Rupert Murdoch seems untroubled by shareholders' motion to unseat him

Murdoch fights on as rebels plot to oust him

News Corp shareholders call for the roles of chairman and chief executive to be separated

Mary Ellen Field, the former advisor to Elle MacPherson, is suing NI

Reliability of News International's email trawl is questioned

Hacking inquiry may be delayed after Murdoch firm admits to 'technical issues' with data search

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