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UK newspaper editor jailed for phone hacking
Andy Coulson, a former aide to PM David Cameron, found guilty of hacking while editor of the News of the World.
Last updated: 04 Jul 2014 11:05 GMT
UK PM apologises for hiring phone-hack editor
Cameron says he made "wrong decision" to hire Andy Coulson, found guilty of conspiring to hack phones, as media chief.
Last updated: 25 Jun 2014 06:40 GMT
Blair 'offered Murdoch hack scandal advice'
London jury read email which suggested the former British PM offered to help News Corp navigate phone-hacking outrage.
Last updated: 19 Feb 2014 20:16 GMT
Phone-hacking trial opens in London
Two former editors appear in court to face charges of hacking phone voicemails, bribing officials and hiding evidence.
Last updated: 28 Oct 2013 18:18 GMT
CEO of Murdoch's UK newspaper arm to resign
Tom Mockridge decides to leave scandal-hit News International at the end of the year.
Last updated: 03 Dec 2012 11:52 GMT
Background: The Leveson inquiry
A judge's report into British media standards will determine the future of the UK print media industry.
Last updated: 29 Nov 2012 14:40 GMT
UK politics tense before Leveson report
Judicial report to be published later today could impact press freedom, according to politicians.
Last updated: 29 Nov 2012 11:41 GMT
US election fever
Examining Barack Obama's re-election and the prospect of four more years of partisan journalism in a deeply divided US.
Last updated: 10 Nov 2012 14:12 GMT
Brooks appears in court on hacking charges
Former News International chief Rebekah Brooks faces court in London over charges relating to phone hacking.
Last updated: 03 Sep 2012 15:15 GMT
What's next for news in the UK?
The close of the News of the World newspaper scandal highlights the need for a complete overhaul of media practices.
Last updated: 26 Jul 2012 11:22 GMT
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