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.
Prime Minister David Cameron faces fresh embarrassment over text exchanges with former News International boss Rebekah Brooks, after messages between the pair were published by a newspaper.
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.
As Elisabeth Murdoch prepares to address the Edinburgh International Television Festival, a leading media commentator speculates that there may soon be no Murdochs at the top of the family business.
As comments from Treasury Minister David Gauke about tax dodging draw a barrage of criticism, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg tells Channel 4 News he 'may' have paid in cash, but not to avoid tax.
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
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