From David Cameron's private birthday party to what Rebekah Brooks thought about Andy Coulson's government job: here's the five things you need to know about week five of the phone-hacking trial.
The phone hacking trial at the Old Bailey sees an email from former News of the World royal editor warning of the illegality of cash payments to his confidential sources.
David Cameron's former spin doctor denies charges of phone hacking and bribing of public officials while working as editor of the News of the World.
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks denies phone hacking charges during an appearance at Southwark crown court.
Andy Coulson, Rebekah Brooks and three others will be charged in relation to alleged payments for information, the director of public prosecutions says.
Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson and five other former News of the World journalists will face trial for charges related to phone-hacking in September 2013.
Two more journalists are arrested by police forces investigating allegations of phone hacking.
David Cameron's former spin doctor Andy Coulson was among seven people in court earlier charged in connection with the phone hacking scandal.
Summing up as the Leveson inquiry draws to a close, a lawyer tells the judge to 'take a grip' of the tabloid press.
The CPS has announced it intends to bring charges over phone-hacking against Andy Coulson, former no. 10 communications boss, as well as Rebekah Brooks and 6 others. But might things go even further