News Former correspondent of the News of the World and Sunday Mirror Dan Evans arrives at the Old Bailey

“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.

Mary Ellen Field; broadcast newsman Mark Colvin

Elle Macpherson adviser gives kidney to newsman she met over hacking

One of the first people to launch a legal action against News International over phone hacking has donated a kidney to a journalist she met while he was covering the case.

More embarrassment for New York Post after it wrongly identifies Boston bombing pair on front page

A newspaper front page that wrongly identified two innocent men as the prime suspects in the Boston marathon bombing has renewed embarrassment for the New York Post newspaper, just days after it erroneously reported that 12 people had died in the incident when the death toll was in fact three.

Former Times editor James Harding with Rupert Murdoch in 2011

'Honoured' to join the BBC: James Harding - the man who tore it to bits

New colleagues may be unsettled by the views printed in The Times during his time as editor

Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal

Page 3 Profile: Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal, investor and royal prince

He looks like an eccentric chap.

Lady Thatcher owned a home in Belgravia’s Chester Square

Death of Margaret Thatcher: Golden years add a silver lining to Iron Lady's bank accounts

Margaret Thatcher died a multi-millionaire, having made the same discovery as other prime ministers before and since that she could make more money in semi-retirement than when she was in office.

Barclays sells off its Dutch slice for £535m

Barclays has offloaded its stake in the Dutch media group Ziggo to the billionaire who is buying Virgin Media. The banking group has agreed to sell a 12.7 per cent holding to Liberty Global, which is controlled by John Malone, pictured, for €633m (£535m). Last month, Mr Malone agreed the $16bn (£11bn) takeover of Virgin Media.

MP Siobhain McDonagh accepted

The Sun admits accessing messages from Labour whip's stolen phone while NI was under investigation over phone hacking

Labour MP Siobhain McDonagh accepts 'very substantial' damages and apology

The brown stuff: a winning way of seeing life

The Independent’s Dave Brown has been named Cartoonist of the Year. His rival, Martin Rowson, pays tribute

BSkyB's £200m for O2 broadband set-up

BSkyB made a significant move to grow beyond pay-TV yesterday, paying up to £200m for mobile giant O2's broadband and fixed-line operation.

Harriet Harman in call to tackle ageism

Harriet Harman has written to major broadcasters asking about the number of older women employed within their organisations, the Labour Party said today.

News Corp’s Rupert Murdoch and Liberty Media’s John Malone are old rivals

Murdoch vs Malone: Round 2 as Liberty Global strikes deal to buy Virgin Media for $16bn

The Cable King is on course for new duel with News Corp

Body of evidence: Macpherson may have to testify in her former adviser’s case against NI

Hacking's model witness: Introducing Elle Macpherson

After a six-year silence, the Australian supermodel heads to the High Court

Rupert Murdoch last night personally apologised for a “grotesque, offensive” cartoon in the Sunday Times by Gerald Scarfe

Was Rupert Murdoch right to apologise for Gerald Scarfe's cartoon in the Sunday Times?

The Sunday Times has received complaints of anti-Semitism after a cartoon was published appearing to depict Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu building a brick wall containing the blood and limbs of Palestinians.

4 (3) Adam Afriyie, 44, Conservative, Windsor

Adam Afriyie? Good luck to him. He'll need it

The Sunday papers were buzzing with news that Britain's alleged answer to Barack Obama is launching an audacious bid to topple David Cameron. But, er, who is he?

Boris Johnson and Rupert Murdoch have had at least two private meetings in the last six months

Boris has met Rupert Murdoch in private twice in six months

Boris Johnson and Rupert Murdoch have had at least two private meetings in the last six months, it was claimed today. They dined privately at the media mogul’s home in Mayfair this week, with Damian Lewis, star of the spy drama Homeland.

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The coming-of-age tale about a boy and his mission to save a mythical kingdom has sold a million copies since it was written by an eccentric Dutchwoman in 1962. Yet until last year, no one had read it in English
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