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

'Brangelina' find themselves on victims' list

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were named as phone-hacking victims yesterday, propelling the scandal on to Hollywood's A-list.

Andy Coulson told reporters outside his London home yesterday that he would fight the allegations

Coulson trial threatens years of bad headlines for Cameron

Next general election campaign likely to be overshadowed as Tories admit embarrassment

Leading article: At last, hacking charges will be tested in court

The anguish caused makes it desirable that all the evidence be examined openly

Private investigator Glenn Mulcaire, former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and from News of the World editor and Downing Street communications chief Andy Coulson have all been charged

Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson 'conspired to hack' Milly Dowler and 600 others

Two of Rupert Murdoch’s former editors, Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, are being charged with conspiring to hack the phone of the missing schoolgirl Milly Dowler.

Rebekah Brooks

Ian Burrell: Day of reckoning over phone hacking will see most of News International's former hierarchy in the dock

The day of reckoning over phone hacking is almost upon us and almost the entire former hierarchy of News International will be standing in the dock. No wonder Rupert Murdoch quietly dropped his directorship of the company at the weekend.

Leveson Inquiry: Max Mosley calls for press tribunal

A wealthy businessman who sued after a tabloid made allegations about his involvement in a “sick Nazi orgy” called today for the creation of a press tribunal with powers to fine a newspaper group up to 10% of its turnover.

Diary: Wanted... MPs with no political background

The Labour Party was founded more than a century ago with one purpose in mind: to get manual workers elected to Parliament. Tonight, Ed Miliband, pictured, will launch an appeal for capitalists to come forward and be Labour MPs. He will tell business people at Chartered Accountants' Hall in the City that the party badly needs more MPs with business backgrounds. Anyone showing an interest can apply to join a scheme and have a Labour MP as a mentor. They do not even have to be party members.

Murdoch became friends with Clarke and exploited his theories on satellites at BSkyB

NOTW editor 'spiked paedophilia scoop on Arthur C Clarke for fear of Murdoch'

Ex-reporter claims story never ran because the sci-fi author was the proprietor's friend

72 told they were victims of snooping

Dozens of people have been told by the Information Commissioner's Office they were the target of searches by a private investigator working for newspapers who was later convicted of breaching data protection rules.

Glen Mulcaire lost a legal bid to hide the identities of those who instructed him

Glenn Mulcaire ordered to name journalist

A private investigator embroiled in a tabloid newspaper phone-hacking scandal today failed in a bid to keep secret the name of the journalist who instructed him to intercept messages.

Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation to pursue split plan

Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation is to go ahead with plans to split into separate newspaper and entertainment operations, the company confirmed today.

Leading article: Two News Corps don't make a right

Rupert Murdoch might, if he chose to, explain his consideration of plans to split News Corp into two as a matter of straightforward financial sense. After all, the media giant's entertainment division accounts for the overwhelming majority of its profits, and shareholders have long wanted it to be shot of the smaller, weaker, and infinitely more troublesome, publishing business.

CPS handed further journalist hacking files

Prosecutors are to decide whether to charge four journalists with phone hacking after they were handed their files by Scotland Yard.

Boris Johnson said on 23 May: My meetings with News International have already been made public

Boris Johnson under fresh pressure over Rupert Murdoch meeting

Boris Johnson’s links to News International came under fresh scrutiny today after it emerged he had a dinner with Rupert Murdoch days before the Metropolitan Police launched a new inquiry into phone hacking.

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Ashley Giles: 'I'll watch England – but not as a fan'

Ashley Giles: 'I'll watch England – but not as a fan'

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