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Tom Watson after putting up his tent at Glastonbury

Drenge 'not totally overjoyed' at being mentioned by Tom Watson in his resignation letter to Ed Miliband

Drummer: 'My mum's a fan but when she says she is a fan to her mate there's no media storm over that'

Mary-Ellen Field, former business aide to Elle Macpherson

'You are under surveillance': Operation Weeting detective warns Elle Macpherson aide during lunch meeting

Detectives have launched a stalking investigation after Mary-Ellen Field, the former business aide to the Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson, lodged a complaint that she has been put under surveillance by private investigators.

Rupert Murdoch has been apologetic in public over allegations

Caught on tape: News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch reveals what he really thinks about bribing public officials

Media tycoon calls police inquiry a ‘disgrace’ in secret recording

David Cameron defends delays in press regulation

Press-regulation plans proposed by the industry have “serious shortcomings”, David Cameron said as he defended delays in pushing forward a Commons-backed version instead.

David Cameron hits out at 'frustrating EU'

David Cameron has lashed out at the “immensely frustrating” way the European Union works, complaining that he had to “lock and load” every time he came to summits.

Rupert Murdoch's six-month wait to appoint Times and Sunday Times editors nears end

The six-month stand-off over the appointment of the editors of The Times and Sunday Times looks to be nearly over.

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Right royal result for Crown Estate

News International rebrands by changing name to News UK

The publisher of The Sun and The Times today announced that it was dropping its name News International and rebranding itself as News UK.

The Home Secretary was worried by The Independent's story about the extent of hacking

Home Secretary Theresa May alarmed at revelations that hacking went beyond media and was used by lawyers and private companies

Theresa May, the Home Secretary, has expressed alarm over revelations that hacking went far beyond the media and was routinely used by lawyers and private companies to obtain sensitive information about rivals.

Lord Justice Leveson was sent a confidential report on the practice

Pressure grows on Lord Leveson to explain why he ignored hacking beyond the press

Lord Justice Leveson is facing mounting questions over why he decided to ignore a bombshell report detailing serious and widespread corruption among police and private investigators that was passed to his inquiry.

Cilla Black among those taking fresh action against News International

New wave of hacking claims were expected after Met launched Operation Pinetree

Men could face 15 years in prison for designing portable X-ray weapon 'to target President Obama and enemies of Israel' after Ku Klux Klan member tips off FBI

Glendon Scott Crawford and Eric J Feight charged with conspiracy to provide support to terrorists with the weapon

Former US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton

In US, News Corp may truly be held to account

The former US Secretary of State, and potential presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, said that, whether it’s law, finance, medicine, academia or running a small business, “people rely on confidential communications to do their job”.

Former Downing Street communications director and News of the World editor, Andy Coulson

Former No 10 spin chief Andy Coulson has appeared in court charged with perjury

Andy Coulson, the former Downing Street director of communications, has appeared in court in Scotland charged with perjury.

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