Director of Public Prosecutions comes under mounting scrutiny after deciding not to charge journalists over hacking
Leveson 2 was designated to investigate 'extent of unlawful or improper conduct' within Rupert Murdoch’s UK newspapers
A wide-ranging judicial examination might shine a light into some interesting corners
Alison Saunders’ claim there is 'insufficient evidence' for conviction has come under fire from hacking victims' lawyers
A slew of celebrities in the dock has put the spotlight on the arcane art of courtroom sketches
The actress said that she was “naïve” as to how showbusiness worked when she arrived on the scene in her early twenties
“Shock” and “anxiety” ran through the editorial floor of the News of the World the day two people were arrested in 2006 in connection with phone hacking. The description, from the former News International staff journalist Dan Evans, was told to the jury at the phone hacking trial.
The NOTW editor was played a taped recording of a message left by Ms Miller on Mr Craig's phone, jury hears
Britain's oversight of US bases ‘in urgent need of revision’
They’ve been over here for 70 years, but the ‘opaque’ presence of our US allies worries many critics
Scotland Yard said Mr Wallis 'was interviewed under caution in connection with suspicion of conspiracy to illegally intercept voicemails. He was not arrested'
James Hall had been forgotten after serving 25 years in prison – until the very different case of the NSA whistleblower brought the intelligence community back into the headlines
Rebekah Brooks’ former personal assistant has denied she was rewarded with a job offer in Australia for attempting to cover up evidence of phone hacking.
'Draconian' laws would help the US cover up illegal activities
As gadgetry continues to evolve at breakneck speed, it’s harder than ever for people – and society – to keep up