News from Operation Elveden that Duncan Larcombe, royal editor at The Sun, is to be charged along with John Hardy, Claire Hardy and Tracy Bell with conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office.
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Mirror journalists arrested in phone hacking probe
The editor and deputy editor of the People, and two former Mirror Group journalists, are arrested by police investigating alleged phone hacking.
Six ex-NoW journalists arrested in phone hacking probe
Six journalists, including two who work at the Sun, are arrested as part of an investigation into phone hacking. Channel 4 News looks at who has been arrested and charged so far.
Leveson: My phone-hacking story
Mary-Ellen Field, former financial adviser to model and businesswoman Elle Macpherson, tells Channel 4 News how phone hacking nearly derailed her life and career.
Phone hacking claims launched against Mirror group
Shares in newspaper group Trinity Mirror slump in early trading as four people, including former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson, launch legal actions against its titles.
Rebekah Brooks to face phone hacking trial next year
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.
Sky keeps licence in wake of hacking scandal
Ofcom rules that Sky, which is partially owned by the Murdoch family, should hold onto its broadcast licence in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal.
Andy Coulson in court over 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.
‘Possible computer hacking’ of Sheridan witness
Scotland Yard is investigating possible computer hacking by News of the World in a case linked to the Tommy Sheridan libel action, Channel 4 News has learned.
Hunt called on to quit over ‘hacking advice’
Labour steps up demands for Jeremy Hunt to resign amid fresh claims the Culture Secretary colluded with Rupert Murdoch’s empire in a bid to block a public inquiry into phone hacking.
Eleven phone-hacking suspects referred to DPP
Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer sets out guidance on prosecuting journalists, as he reveals he is considering four case files containing allegations of phone hacking.
Sky News admits hacking emails
Sky News admits to hacking emails, including the account of John Darwin, the “canoe man” accused of faking his own death.
Murdoch’s News Corp accused of hacking TV rivals
There are calls for investigations in Britain and Australia into claims that Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp engaged in piracy to undermine pay-TV companies.
Brooks and husband bailed after hacking arrest
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and husband Charlie are released on bail after they and four others were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
Morgan ‘did not listen to phone hack messages’
The Leveson inquiry into press ethics hears from former News of the World and Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan, who denies listening to “illegally obtained voice messages”.