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Two More Former News Corp. Journalist Charged in Phone Hacking Scandal

Two more former journalists who worked at Rupert Murdoch's now-shuttered News of the World have been charged with phone-hacking. Reuters reports that former deputy editor Neil Wallis and former..
The Wrap 6 hours ago

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Now Dave and his Chipping Norton Set get an Aldi: Budget supermarket given go-ahead to build store in exclusive Cotswolds town

Budget chain given go-ahead to build a store in exclusive Chipping NortonTown is home to the Prime Minister and Rebekah Brooks Store will be built
CapitalBay 4 days ago

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News video: Ex-Murdoch CEO Brooks Says Vindicated by Not Guilty Verdicts

Ex-Murdoch CEO Brooks Says Vindicated by Not Guilty Verdicts 00:54

Rebekah Brooks, the former boss of News Corp.'s British newspaper arm, said on Thursday (June 26) she felt vindicated after being found not guilty this week of hacking phone messages and other crimes..
Source: Reuters - on June 26, 2014

News video: Rebekah Brooks: I feel vindicated

Rebekah Brooks: I feel vindicated

Rebekah Brooks feels "vindicated by the unanimous verdicts" in the phone hacking court case.
Source: Press Association UK - on June 26, 2014

News video: Special Report: Rebekah Brooks - The Tangled Tale Of A Tabloid Career

Special Report: Rebekah Brooks - The Tangled Tale Of A Tabloid Career 01:11

On July 7, 2011, at the height of Britain’s phone-hacking scandal, Rebekah Brooks announced the closure of Britain’s biggest-selling newspaper, The News of the World. That evening, she sat with..
Source: wochit - on June 26, 2014

News video: Rebekah Brooks: Last two years have been tough

Rebekah Brooks: Last two years have been tough 03:30

Rebekah Brooks has spoken for the first time since being cleared of phone hacking charges saying she feels "vindicated by the unanimous verdicts.". Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at..
Source: ITN - on June 26, 2014

News video: Coulson Guilty and Brooks Innocent in Phone Hacking Scandal

Coulson Guilty and Brooks Innocent in Phone Hacking Scandal 00:36

The so-called phone hacking scandal is finally at an end. Or at least the trial part of the scandal.
Source: Wochit News - on June 24, 2014

 
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Ex-NoW journalist Dan Evans gets suspended sentence over hacking

Feature writer at now-defunct tabloid gets suspended sentence in recognition for cooperation with police and prosecutorsA former journalist at the News of the World who told a court hacking was so..
guardian.co.uk 6 days ago
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Exclusive: 'Betrayed' Murdoch said neither Coulson or Brooks would ever work for his companies again

Rupert Murdoch did not know Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson had been having an affair for years, and allegedly “went nuts” when he was given details before the phone hacking trial started.
Independent 1 week ago

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Rebekah Brooks boasted David Cameron 'would be riding Met Police horse'

rebekah brooks boasted david cameron 'would be riding met police horse'The tale of Raisa – and whether or not the Prime Minister had ever ridden her – became one of the most bizarre episodes from the fallout of the hacking scandal.
MailOnline 1 week agoAlso reported by •CapitalBay
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Hacking Trial: Rebekah Brooks, Raisa and a new twist in the saga of a horse fit for a PM Minister

David Cameron is likely to face fresh questions about his friendship with former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks, recently cleared of charges relating to phone hacking, after it emerged that a..
Independent 1 week ago
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Hacking trial: Rupert Murdoch 'went nuts' about Rebekah Brooks' and Andy Coulson's affair

Rupert Murdoch did not know Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson had been having an affair for years, and allegedly “went nuts” when he was given details before the phone hacking trial started.
Independent 1 week ago
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Rebekah Brooks ‘aware her paper was undermining Met’s murder inquiry,’ claims former detective

A former Scotland Yard detective has claimed he held a meeting in 2002 with the former News of the World editor, Rebekah Brooks, and told her a surveillance operation ordered by News International had..
Independent 2 weeks ago

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Hugh Muir diary

Fresh poison from the pen of Damian McBride Not long to wait until the new improved, updated, refined, recalibrated paperback version of Damian McBrides memoir, Power Trip. The hardback sold well,..
guardian.co.uk 2 weeks ago

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Rupert’s red top: the rise and fall of Rebekah Brooks

Peter Jukes watched the former tabloid editor’s extraordinary composure in court on every day of the hacking trial. Her story tells you everything you need to know about the way power..
New Statesman 2 weeks ago

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City Moves for 17 July 2014 | Who’s switching jobs

Ropes & Gray Monica Gogna has been appointed partner in the law firm’s global investment funds group. She joins from Pinsent Masons, where she was a partner on its financial services team. Gogna has..
City A.M. 2 weeks ago

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Commons Confidential: The Sun sets on Salmond

Plus: Why is Keith Vaz all starry-eyed? Salmond and the Sun. Montage: Dan Murrell/NS *The talk* in Scotland’s Yes and No camps is of the Sun setting on Alex Salmond. The word inside News UK is..
New Statesman 3 weeks ago

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Rebekah Brooks, just why did Rupert Murdoch close the News of World?

I don't seem to have heard from Rebekah Brooks after I politely asked last week what she meant by her statement to News of the World staff in July 2011. Continue reading...
guardian.co.uk 3 weeks ago

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Piers Morgan on David Cameron: 'a self-serving, politically-motivated, soulless weasel'

Piers Morgan devoted his Mail on Sunday column yesterday to reflections on the phone hacking trial. He wrote it just after Rebekah Brooks had been cleared of all charges but before Andy Coulson had..
guardian.co.uk 3 weeks ago

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Rebekah Brooks and a riddle over Met Police chief: Alleged attempt to interfere in appointment of London's top policeman

Sir Paul Stephenson stood down as Met Commissioner in July 2011, hours after Mrs Brooks's arrest on phone hacking chargesA senior News International figure –
CapitalBay on July 6, 2014Also reported by •MailOnline
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Great Britain review a pleasurable sharing of scepticism and scorn

*Lyttelton, London* Billie Piper excels in Richard Bean's hot-off-the-press satire on greedy MPs, foul-mouthed journalists and sleazy coppers The really good thing is that it's here. Rat-a-tat..
guardian.co.uk on July 5, 2014

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Former News Of The World Editor Andy Coulson Gets 18 Months In Prison For Phone Hacking

LONDON (AP) — Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson, a onetime aide to British Prime Minister David Cameron, was sentenced to 18 months in prison Friday for participating in a conspiracy to..
Huffington Post on July 4, 2014


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