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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.

Elveden inquiry: Police hold former prison officer in payments probe

A former prison officer was arrested today by detectives investigating alleged corrupt payments to public officials, police said.

Paul Flattley, who earned around £8,000 selling information about famous people

Former Met police officer Paul Flattley jailed for selling information about Kate Middleton and John Terry to The Sun

Flattley earned around £8,000 for information and investigating tip-offs

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SamCam is Tory secret weapon, says former party spin doctor Andy Coulson

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President Obama is expected to nominate James Comey as the next director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation

Blast from the George W Bush past: Obama to name James Comey as next FBI director

President Obama is expected to nominate James Comey, a widely respected former federal prosecutor and deputy Attorney General during the George W Bush administration, as the next director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the country’s most important law enforcement agency.

Boris Johnson hits back at Andy Coulson: I'll back David Cameron all the way to the next election

Boris Johnson said he was backing David Cameron “all the way” and was “increasingly confident” the Prime Minister would win the 2015 election for the Tories, amid fresh claims about his party leadership ambitions.

Coulson has a 10-point ‘masterplan’ to save Cameron’s premiership

Boris Johnson ‘wants David Cameron to fail miserably’, claims Andy Coulson

Former No 10 spin doctor says London Mayor is after PM’s job

Murdochs to take board positions after News Corp split

Rupert Murdoch and his sons, James and Lachlan, will take board positions on the two companies that will emerge next month when News Corp splits into two, with the media conglomerate’s directors approving the spin-off plans yesterday.

The Labour MP, Tom Watson, wants the full version of what the inquiry made its conclusions on to be examined

Labour MP Tom Watson urges Theresa May to investigate 'suppressed' Leveson evidence

The Home Secretary has been asked to investigate whether vital reports and documents in the possession of Scotland Yard were seen in full by Lord Justice Leveson before he reached key conclusions in his report on the press.

Mark Lewis was solicitor of the Dowler family

Lawyer who took Rupert Murdoch's News International to court over hacking complains of 'bully boy tactics' over possible counter-claim

Mark Lewis talks of 'pay back' exercise after learning that UK division of Murdoch empire is considering seeking 'wasted costs'

Theresa May told the 41 commissioners hospitality details must be provided

We should have anonymity for people who have been arrested but not charged, says Theresa May

Criminal suspects who have been arrested should not normally be named until they are charged, the Home Secretary has said.

Dr Andrea Cozzolino did not tell the mother about the money

Italian doctor arrested over alleged sale of a baby for €25,000

Student persuaded not to have an abortion by gynaecologist who was paid by childless couple

Daniel Morgan was murdered in 1987

New inquiry into murder of Daniel Morgan ‘will expose Met cover-up’

Home Secretary to announce review into killing of private investigator 26 years ago

The Leveson inquiry's chief counsel QC Robert Jay

Leveson inquisitor Robert Jay to become one of Britain's senior judges

He was named barrister of the year for 2012 by The Lawyer magazine

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