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

Katy Guest: Rant & Rave (17/06/12)

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The Sketch: The country supper with a ring of Hyacinth Bouquet

Dave had to correct the number of meetings he had with Rebekah after Sam put him straight

Mark Lewis sued over a claim
that he misquoted an officer

Met pays lawyer £210k for libel claim

A prominent lawyer responsible for bringing civil damages claims in the phone-hacking scandal accepted £30,000 from the Metropolitan Police yesterday to settle a long-running libel claim.

Camnesia: Total lack of recall - what the PM 'forgot'

The 22 key events and conversations going to the heart of the Government’s relationship with the Murdoch empire - that the PM can't remember...

Limit media ownership, Ed Miliband tells Leveson Inquiry

Ed Miliband called today for a cap on media ownership and suggested it should be set lower than the proportion of the market currently owned by the Murdoch empire.

Leveson Inquiry: Brown accuses Sun of carrying out a vendetta against him

Gordon Brown accused the Sun of carrying out a vendetta against him during his last years as Prime Minister.

Sheridan's staged life story faces a rewrite

The rise and fall of Tommy Sheridan, the controversial Scottish politician, is to be turned into a "tragi-comedy" by the creator of Rab C Nesbitt.

Andy Coulson 'to contest' perjury allegations

Andy Coulson will "vigorously contest" perjury allegations against him if they are ever brought to trial, a lawyer for David Cameron's former communications chief said today.

Andy Coulson arrives at a police station in Glasgow yesterday

Did Andy Coulson commit perjury in the Tommy Sheridan trial?

Police charge ex-NOTW editor over claims relating to Scottish Socialist's own perjury case

Mirror editors Richard Wallace and Tina Weaver sacked on the spot as paper becomes seven-day operation

Two of Fleet Street’s most long-standing editors were sacked on the spot from their jobs at the Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror today amid further turmoil at the troubled news publishing group Trinity Mirror.

Ministers 'were mindful of how Rupert Murdoch's papers would report their actions', Tom Watson tells Leveson Inquiry

Ministers in the last Labour government were constantly mindful of how their actions would be portrayed by Rupert Murdoch's newspapers, the party's deputy chairman Tom Watson said today.

TOM WATSON: The MP who has led the campaign to expose hacking was a target of the News of the World

Journalists who stalked hacking MP still employed by Rupert Murdoch

Two senior journalists now working for The Sunday Times arranged for an MP investigating the hacking scandal to be put under surveillance, The Independent can reveal today.

MPs to debate hacking report

MPs will debate the findings of the select committee report into phone hacking tomorrow, Commons Speaker John Bercow has announced.

Rupert Murdoch went on what staff called a morale-boosting ‘royal tour’ of The Sun’s newsroom

Fact File: Phone Hacking

From the first whispers of illegal practice at the News of the World in 2006, has grown a scandal large enough to engulf the Metropolitan Police, the entire British political establishment and a globe-straddling media conglomerate.

Rebekah and Charlie Brooks' statements in full

Here are the statements in full by Charlie Brooks and Rebekah Brooks, delivered outside their solicitor's London office this afternoon.

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Ed Richards: Parting view of Ofcom chief. . . we hate jokes on the disabled

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