Hacking/News Corp

Les Hinton, Andy Coulson, Rupert Murdoch, Rebekah Brooks

Chronology of the phone-hacking investigation since 2005 - long, very detailed article from New York Times. Written by Don Van Natta Jnr, Jo Becker and Graham Bowley, Sept. 1st  2010 :here
Q&A Phone-hacking scandal at NotW - BBC NEWS : here.
BBC News - Phone-hacking: the Main Players

Media Guardian - Full list of articles re " Rupert Murdoch at 80" : here -  (From Journalism.co.uk - Editors' Blog, March 7th) 
"News Corporation has shaped global media by ensuring the public's needs are met and that our offerings are of the highest calibre. Today, hundreds of millions of people around the world trust us for the best quality and choice in news, sports and entertainment. This public trust is our Company's most valuable asset: one earned every day through our scrupulous adherence to the principles of integrity and fair dealing." 
- Extract from Rupert Murdoch's letter to News Corp staff introducing the company's 'Standards of Business Conduct'.

BBC News - Profile: Labour MP Tom Watson
NUJ Code of Conduct 
Press Complaints Commission - Editors' Code of Practice
Phone-hacking Inquiry : Draft Terms of Reference - Downing Street 
Phone-hacking: What Happened When? Visualised - Guardian 
Hackergate - Phone-hacking Scandal - Blog of Stephen Nott - (Updated frequently) 
BBC News - Infographic on links in phone-hacking scandal 


Leveson Inquiry Documents (Hacked Off Blog)
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January 13th

Former NotW Journalist 'Approved Bribe For Huntley Guard' - Telegraph

For links between January 2nd and January 12th, please see the Leveson Inquiry pages of this blog.

January 2nd

Gordon Brown's Downing Street Emails 'Hacked' - Independent 

Cahal Milmo: Scale of Email Hacking is Set to be This Year's Biggest Story - Independent

December 21st

Policewoman Arrested on Suspicion of Receiving Payments from Journalists - Independent

Glenn Mulcaire Wins Legal Battle With News of the World Publisher - Guardian

Andy Coulson Loses High Court Battle Over Phone-hacking Legal Fees - Guardian

December 18th

The Hacking Inquisitors: 'People Thought I Was a Paranoid Conspiracy Theorist' - Guardian

Shareholders Press James Murdoch For Answers - Independent

James Murdoch's 'Raspberry Defence' - Observer

December 17th

Hundreds of Computers Linked to Press Hackers - Independent - Sat. 17th December 2011

Piers Morgan to Appear Before Leveson Inquiry Next Week - Guardian 

News of the World Made Hush Payment of £125k to McCanns - Observer

James Murdoch Looks Lonelier After Week of Probes - Kurat

New Statesman - Journos Have Never Loved Their Rivals - But the Lines Are Getting More Entrenched 

How James Murdoch's Phone-hacking Cover-ups Went Belly-up - David Leigh - Commentisfree - Guardian 

BBC News - Video - Dowler Family 'Upset' Over Daily Mail Phone-call 

Milly Dowler Hacking Was Tip of the Iceberg - Dan Sabbagh - Guardian

2040 Info Law Blog: We Can't Take Them On, They're Too Big For Us

For links to December 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, please see main Leveson Inquiry pages under 'relevant links to media'

December 12th

Thurlbeck at Leveson: 'the Era of Kiss and Tell is Over' - Press Gazette 

Daily Mail Proprietor Felt 'Concern' at Madeleine McCann Coverage - Guardian

News of the World a Den of Iniquity? More Like a Haven of Integrity - Roy Greenslade - Guardian 

NoW Editor to Blame for Using Mosley Story, Reporter Tells Leveson Inquiry - Guardian

December 11th 

ABCs: Circulation Starts to Suffer in the Winter Weather - Observer

Leveson Inquiry: Would Privacy Have Extended to Profumo Too? - Observer

December 10th

David Blunkett in Secret NI Payout Over Phone-hacking Claims - Guardian

Phone-hacking Victims to Number 800 - Guardian

Rupert Murdoch Met David Cameron at Downing Street Twice During BSkyB Bid - Guardian

Police Logs Raise Questions Over Deletion of Milly Dowler Voicemails - Guardian

Phone-hacking: Full Text of Statement Issued By Dowler Family Lawyer  - Guardian

December 9th

Former Information Commissioner: We Were Right Not to Prosecute Newspapers - Guardian

BBC News - Leveson Inquiry: Ex-data Watchdog Rebukes PoliticiansJournalists 'Would Have Fought Us' - Independent

Ex-Information Commissioner : 'Thank Goodness We Didn't Prosecute Journalists' - Journalism.co.uk

Richard Thomas denies ICO Policy of Not Investigating Journalists - the Free Speech  Blog
MacKenzie Faces legal Action Over Hillsborough Claims - Press Gazette 

BBC Review Clears Journalists of Hacking Phones or Computers - Guardian

RMT Demands Information Into News International Surveillance - Enlightenment Blues
December 8th

James Murdoch: I Did Not Authorise Max Clifford Phone-hacking Settlement - Guardian

Neville Thurlbeck: 'NI Withheld Hacking Evidence' - Guardian

News Corp's Letter to MPs - Full Text - Guardian

PCC Proposes Wide-ranging Shakeup of Press Self-regulation - Guardian

Commons Select Committee Publishes Further Evidence on Phone-hacking  - UK Parliament

December 7th

Leveson Inquiry: NotW's Neville Thurlbeck to Give Evidence - Guardian

Phone-hacking: Andy Coulson Sues NotW Publisher - Guardian

BBC News - Phone-hacking Police Probe NotW Medical Records Claim 

News Corp's Letter to MPs - Full Text - Guardian
James Murdoch's Lawyers Confirm Tom Watson Was Put Under Surveillance - Guardian

Rebekah Brooks? 'We Helped Choose Her Police Station' Says Bell Pottinger - Independent

James Ball
The Sun have seconded their managing editor – Richard Caseby – to their team full-time for three months. Interesting.

Glenn Mulcaire Understood to Have Been Arrested - Guardian

Latest From Guardian on the Leveson Inquiry

Andy Coulson Launches Legal Fees Battle - Independent

Report: Glenn Mulcaire is Latest Hacking Arrest - Press Gazette

December 6th

Murdoch Barred on Overseas TV Plan - The Age

December 5th

Newspaper Paid £800 For Sport Star's Phone Bill - Press Gazette

BBC News: Metropolitan Police Starts Computer Hacking Probe 

News International Hire Top Silk to Fight Mulcaire's Fees Action - Guardian

What Price Privacy Now? - Download PDF ICO Report - relevant to evidence previously given by Alex Owens last Wednesday and Francis Aldhouse today.

Fraudster Squad: Graham McLagan on the Black Economy Run By Corrupt Police and Private Detectives - Guardian - September 2002

Exposed After 8 Years: a Private Eye's Dirty Work for Fleet Street - Independent September 2011

December 4th

BBC News - Daniel Morgan Axe Murder: Mother to Meet Home Secretary

Murdered Private Eye Daniel Morgan's Brother Claims There Will Never Be Justice - Wales Online

BBC News - Northern Ireland Journalists 'Not Involved' In Phone-hacking

Leveson and Public Interest? 20m Tabloid Readers Can't be Wrong - Observer 

The Psychology of Paul McMullan and His Phone-hacking Justifications - Guardian

December 3rd

Ex-Met Chief John Yates to Oversee Police Reform in Bahrain - Business and Law

Sir Paul McCartney 'Had Phone Hacked' - Telegraph

December 2nd

I Thought the Alastair Campbell at the Leveson Inquiry Was an Impersonator - by an Ex-News of the World Politics Assistant Editor - Total Politics Blog

Arrested Former NotW Reporter Denies Phone-hacking - Journalism.co.uk

Leveson: 'It's All Really About Privacy - So Start With That' - George Brock - Inforrm's Blog

November 30th

Tabloid 'Targeted Former PSNI Chief's Computer' - Independent.ie

BBC News - Phone-hacking: Woman Held in Media Probe 

Ian Paisley Jr Alleges Family Were Targeted - Guardian

The Leveson Inquiry: What We've Learned So far - Guardian

Press Gazette Editor's Blog - Press Gazette - Beware the Ghost of Fleet Street's Past

Zelo Street: Leveson Is Served (6)

Former News of the World Reporter Bethany Usher Arrested in Phone-hacking Probe - Telegraph

Chris Bryant: BSkyB Used Details From Phone-hacking to Aid Lobbying - Telegraph

November 29th

Has the Sun Given the Full Picture on Anne Diamond's Evidence? - Full Fact

Leveson and Free Speech - the Strange Case of Jack McLean - Scottish Review

Two Sides Of Press - by TV Host Anne Diamond - Sun

November 28th

Peter Hain Warned Computer May Have Been Hacked by Private Detectives - Guardian

James Murdoch: CEO Performance By Numbers - Guardian

Murdoch Seen Surviving BSkyB Vote, But At What Cost? - Kurat

November 26th

Steve Coogan: Leveson Not Being 'Distorted By Celebrities' - Guardian 

BBC News -Today - Coogan on Leveson's 'Watershed Week' - audio

Howard Jacobson: Pitiless Conduct By People Devoid of Imagination - Independent

Leading Article: Leveson: What Have We Learned? - Independent

'The Truth About Elle and Me' - Guardian

Graham Foulkes, Father of 7/7 Victim, Says 'It Has Been Hijacked By Celebrities' - Telegraph

Leveson Inquiry - a Paparazzo Speaks  - Kevin Rush - Comment is Free - Guardian

The Leveson Inquiry - Views of a Photographer

'Newspapers Made my Life Go Up in Flames After Celebrity Dates' - Guardian

Audioboo/Leveson Inquiry Week 2: BBCR4Today

FT Writer: Why I Miss the News of the World - Roy Greenslade - Guardian 

Zelo Street: Des Disses Leveson

Murdoch Son Denies Lobbying Australian Senator - Boston.com

November 25th

Another Petty Act of Press Intimidation - Brian Cathcart for Hacked Off
November 23rd

Sean Hoare, News of the World Whistleblower, Died of Natural Causes - Guardian

James Murdoch resigned in September but has been leaked now. Here's the documentary evidence
James Murdoch Quits the Boards of Sun and Times - Evening Standard

Murdoch's News Corp Accused of Trying to Bribe Australian Senator - Guardian

November 22nd

Damian Collins: The Elephant in Lord Leveson's Room

November 19th

News of the World Private Detective Vows to Expose Tabloid Stalker Culture - Guardian

Leveson Inquiry Documents - Hacking Inquiry - Hacked Off

Police Target Former Officer Who Exposed the Dirty Tricks of the Press - Independent

With thanks to Joseph O'Leary ( @JM_OLeary )

The Plot to get Gough (and R Murdoch's Involvement) - theage.com.au

November 18th

Phone-hacking Victims Must Not Launch 'Witch-hunt', Says News International - Guardian

Phone-hacking and the Perils of the Popular Press - Steve Coogan - Comment is Free - Guardian

Building Another Murdoch Empire - Kurat

Kelly Hoppen Speaks About NI For the First Time - Guardian

BBC News - NoW Hacking Victims Claim Investigator Tracked Phones

BSkyB Names New Independent Directors - Guardian

Alan McGee Says Detail in NoW PI's Notes is 'Frightening' - Guardian

Justice Tugendhat's Ruling on the Case Between Ting Lan Hong (Mother of Hugh Grant's Daughter)and Various Photographers

Leveson Inquiry Witness List - Week beginning 21.11.11

Mildly Amusing text Exchange With a Times Journalist - Tom Watson's Blog

Mother of Hugh Grant's Baby: My Life Has Been Made 'Unbearable' - Guardian

November 17th

Peer Claims Press Has Launched Anti-Leveson Campaign - Press Gazette

November 16th

Pirc Urges BSkyB Shareholders to Vote Against James Murdoch at AGM - Guardian

November 15th

Phone-hacking: 58% of UK Public Say They Have Lost Trust in Papers - Guardian 

Out in the Open: Faces Behind the Blogs That Westminster Fears - Independent

November 14th

'Nearly 30 NI Staff Named in Glenn Mulcaire Notes' - Leveson Inquiry - Guardian

Sally Chidzoy
Exclusive:A police force is under investigation by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal following a complaint of 'phone . BBC East 1:30

Murdoch's News Ltd Cleared of Bribery and Phone-hacking in Australia - Herald Sun 

Tom Watson - Why I Have Pulled Out of the Society of Editors Conference

Tom Watson Seeks Legal Advice Over Alleged Surveillance of MPs - Guardian

November 13th

Phone-hacking: E-Mails Stored in India Could Unveil News International Cover-up - Huffington Post UK

Andrew Neil
Source close to R Murdoch tells me emails uncovered by police in India (see today's Daily Mail) potentially 'devastating' for James M down.

News of the World 'Followed Every Phone-hacking MP for 3 Days - Audio with Roy Greenslade - Huffington Post UK

Update: Sky News Deletes Tweet of James Murdoch Arrest - Business Insider (Europe)

A Tweet appeared earlier tonight which was soon taken down!:


Lee November 12, 2011
This is the original "James Murdoch arrested" tweet by @SkyNewsBiz
This is the original "James Murdoch arrested" tweet by @

Murdochs Are Not a Mafia - But the Family Firm is in Meltdown - Observer

Could the Game Really be up for 'The Sun'? - Independent

November 11th

Telegraph, 11th November 2011

James Murdoch's Evidence to MPs - Full Transcript - Guardian

Chris Bryant: Now We Know the Commons Has Been Lied to - Independent

November 10th

James Murdoch refuses to Rule Out Closing The Sun - Journalism.co.uk

James Murdoch: 'Myler and Crone Misled MPs' - Press Gazette

Murdoch Acted Like 'Mafia Boss', Watson Alleges - PoliticsHome

Can You Really Believe James Murdoch's hacking Story? - Roy Greenslade - Guardian

Evening Standard - Revealed: Murdoch Reporter's Secret Phone-hacking Tape 

James Murdoch Survives Phone-hacking Round Two - But Not Unscathed - Dan Sabbagh - Guardian

James Murdoch Questioned By MPs - Guardian

Hacking Away at the Truth: Alan Rusbridger's Orwell Lecture - Guardian

News International 'Fully Admitted' Liability for Email Hacking - Guardian

James Murdoch: The Man Who Wasn't There - Guardian

Murdoch Effect Continues to Buoy Trinity Mirror - Reuters

BBC News: James Murdoch to be Quizzed by MPs Over Phone-hacking

November 9th

Police Have Told Fewer Than 1 in 8 Potential Victims - Guardian

Unrest at Wapping Spreads to the Sun After Arrest - Independent

Phone-hacking: News of the World Chief Reporter Neville Thurlbeck Warned Hacking Was Widespread - Telegraph

For News International as For the Stasi, the Spying List Just Spiralled - Guardian 

Murdoch's Aussie Boss Steps Down - Guardian

News of the World Followed Prince William After Royal Phone-hacking Probe began - Guardian

Met Asks Neville Thurlbeck to Give Evidence In Phone-hacking Inquiry - Independent

 The Phone-hacking Inquiry Must Shackle Corporate Power, Not Journalists - John Kampfner - Guardian

The Phone-hacking Inquiry Must Shackle Corporate Power, Not Journalists - John Kampfner - Guardian

November 8th

Culture, Media and Sport Committee Publishes Further Evidence on Phone-hacking - UK Parliament

Tom Crone Admits 'Incorrect'  Evidence - Journalism.co.uk

News of the World's Alleged Surveillance Targets - Michael Crick on Politics - Channel 4 Video + text

Claims James Murdoch Knew About 'For Neville' Email in 2008 - Guardian

News of the World Paid Me to Follow 90 People, Claims Private Detective - Guardian

The Sky's the Limit (Interview With John Whittingdale) - Total Politics

BBC News - Phone-hacking: Lawyer to Sue Over NotW Surveillance 

UPDATE 1 - Murdoch paper Loses Privacy Case Against ex-F1 Boss - Reuters

PM ABC News (Australia) - UK Phone-tapping Scandal Deepens as Lawyer's family Followed - audio

Media Inquiry begins in Melbourne - Murdoch Papers Accused of Bias - smh.co.au

News of the World Hired Private Eye to Spy on Phone-hacking Victims' Lawyers - Telegraph

Uncorrected Evidence Given to CMS Committee by  Julian Pike (News Int Lawyer) 19th October 2011

A Lawyer Setting Spies on Another Lawyer? Mon Dieu...Whatever Next? - Charon QC

November 7th 

James Murdoch Prepares to Face MPs Over Phone-hacking - Guardian

Murdoch Paper's Private Eye Tracked Militants - Reuters

BBC News - NotW Placed Hacking Lawyers Under Surveillance - Video

News of the World Hired Investigators to Spy on Hacking Victims' Lawyers - Guardian

News Corp Says Hacking Scandal Lawyers Were Spied On - Reuters

Rebekah Brooks' Computers Still Held Amid Report of $2.7m News Corp Severance - Hollywood Reporter

Stephen Glover: MPs Need to Raise Their Game When James Murdoch Appears Again - Independent

James Murdoch Prepares to face MPs Over Phone-hacking - Guardian

It's Time For Leveson to Tackle the Corrosive Faults of the Media - Guardian

Phone-hacking: Alan McGee May Have Been Target - Guardian

November 6th

About Hugh Grant and the Press: It's Not Love, Actually - Observer

Leveson and Phone-hacking Recent Developments - Inforrm's Blog

'The Murdoch Press Are a Threat to Democracy', Warns Australian Polictician - Murdoch Watch

The Question James Murdoch Can't Answer: Will His Father's Empire Survive? - Henry Porter - Comment is Free - Observer

November 5th

Zelo Street: Murdoch is Served (60)

Murdoch Gave Loyal Lieutenant Rebekah Brooks £1.7m Pay-off, Car and Office - Observer

Portsmouth South MP Believes His Phone May Have Been Hacked For Up to Six Years - The News (Portsmouth)

Sun Journalist Arrested Over Alleged Police Payments Bailed - Guardian

News Corp Scandal Spreads With Sun Reporter Arrest - France 24

Murdoch at the News Awards for Journalism - Australian

November 4th

How Elisabeth Murdoch is Trying to Finally Get Her Due - New York Magazine

The Murdoch Family: Required Reading - Guardian

'The Future of Phone-hacking Claims' - Details of the News Group's Compensation Scheme - Steven Heffer - Inforrm's Blog

Reporting the Leveson Inquiry and the Risk of Contempt - Hacked Off

Journalist at Murdoch's Sun Arrested - Reuters

Journalist Arrested in Corruption Probe Named - Press Gazette

Terms of Reference: Operation Weeting 

Sophy Ridge
Jamie Pyatt has worked for the Sun for 30 years. He won a British Press Award for his scoop that Prince Harry dressed up as a Nazi.

Hello In light of the recent arrest will you be dropping your disgraceful attacks on Ken Clarke?

Ben Fenton
I keep writing tweets about this Sun arrest and then deleting them. The ramifications are huge.

Phone-hacking: Arrested Sun Journalist Named - Guardian

News Corp Phone-hacking Compensation Scheme Offers Secrecy and 10% Uplift - Press Gazette  

Phone-hacking: News International Opens Compensation Scheme - Journalism.co.uk

Phone-hacking: Scotland Yard Arrests 48 Year-old man - Guardian

Further Operation Elveden arrest

04 November 2011
New Scotland Yard
At approx. 10.30hrs today (Friday 4 November) officers from Operation Elveden arrested a man ['Arrest 6' - 48 ys] in connection with allegations of corruption.
He was arrested at an address outside London on suspicion of corruption allegations in contravention of Section 1 of the Prevention of Corruption Act 1906, and is being brought to a south west London police station.
+ Operation Elveden is the investigation into allegations of inappropriate payments to police.

Phone-hacking: Number of Possible Victims is Almost 5 000, Police Confirm - Guardian

November 3rd

'Solicitors Have been Phone Hacked', Says Pannone - Manchester Evening News

James Murdoch Fails to Win Jeremy Hunt's Full Backing - Guardian

Leveson: More Alleged Hacking Victims Granted Core Status - Journalism.co.uk 

Charlotte Church Among New Leveson Core Participants - Press Gazette 

The Mail and Hugh Grant: Flagrant Intimidation - Hacked Off

Jeremy Hunt, Culture Secretary, Refuses to Back James Murdoch as a 'Fit and Proper Person'  - Huffington Post

News Corp has Little to Add on Hacking - 9 News

News Corp & Phone-hacking: You Can Dodge, But You Can't Hide - Reuters

News Corp Focuses on Cable Profits, Not Hacking - Reuters

Jarvis Cocker: BBC is a 'Religion' While James Murdoch is a 'Satan' - Telegraph

November 2nd

Murdochs 'Discussed News Corp Succession With Family Therapist' - Guardian

Phone-hacking: Anatomy of a Cover-up - What QC's Advice Papers Reveal - Guardian

News Corp COO: James Murdoch Has Done a Good Job - Forbes

News of the World Dies Before Finest Hour - First Post

Lies, Damned Lies and News International - Independent

November 1st

Phone-hacking: Memos Show NotW 'Knew it Was Widespread' - Daily Mail

T Portilho-Shrimpton
Checking out evidence released by CMS committee. This letter in particular is pretty spectacular.

Earnings Preview: News Corp IQ Seen Higher - msnbc.com

Get Baldy: Herald Sun's Blatant Campaign to Knife Simon Overland - Crikey

Libel and Phone-hacking Claimants Condemn CFA Reforms - Journalism.co.uk

Phone-hacking: Carole Caplin Told She Was a Target - Guardian

October 31st

British Officers' Phones Probably Hacked, Lawyer Says - NYT

Phone-hacking: Milly Dowler Police Investigation May Have Been Targeted  - Guardian

Met Officers 'Received £20 000 Bribes From Private Detectives' - ES

Sunday Times Editor: We Checked Out Mazher Mahmood Before Hiring Him - Guardian

LSE Media Project: Leveson Inquiry Round-up - Damian Tambini - Inforrm's Blog

Detectives Hunting Milly Dowler's Killer Had Phone Hacked , Leveson Inquiry Hears - Telegraph

Jon Slattery: 'NotW Told Private Detective to Join NUJ as Cover'

October 30th

Gloves Off as Black Lands Sucker Punch on Murdoch - Independent.ie

The Body Arms Herself For PR Fightback - Independent
October 28th

'Anonymous' Threatens to Take Down Fox News Next Month - TIME.com

James Murdoch Gets Pay Rise Despite News Corp Row - Telegraph

Leveson Inquiry: Intitial Hearing Transcript 

October 27th

Leveson 'Reluctant to Rule on Media Ownership' -  FT.com
Victims' Stories: Dowlers 'Very Pleased' With Full Inquiry Into Practice of the Press - Hacked Off

Tom Watson rejects Calls to Quit Phone-hacking Committee - Guardian

October 26th

BBC News - Phone-hacking Scandal: Police Urge Care During Inquiry

Government Under Fire Over BBC Licence Fee Discussions With Murdoch - Guardian

Binned PCs Were Stuffed With MoD and Sun Staffers' Private Details - the A Register

Leveson Inquiry to Hear Phone-hacking Victims'  Evidence for Three Months- Guardian

Steven Nott
The first evidence from those who believe they were victims of phonehacking at the hands of the NewsoftheWorld will be heard on 21 November.

Steve Jobs to Rupert Murdoch: 'Fox Has Become an Incredibly Destructive Force in Our Society' - FishbowlNY

Lawyers in Hacking Scandal to Earn up to £200 an Hour - Telegraph

Exclusive: Met Finds Secret Phone at Centre of NI Hacking - Independent

Independent: Police Discover 'Secret Mobile Phone' Used For Phone-hacking at the News of the World - Press Gazette

ES - Why I Believe It's All Over For James Murdoch - Roy Greenslade

October 25th

ES - Pension Fund: Murdoch Must Heed News Corp Vote

Coulson's Legal Fees Were to be Paid - smh.com.au

James Murdoch a 'Dead Man Walking' Following Shareholders Vote - Guardian

Martin Moore
Compare Les Hinton to CMS comm'ee 2011 with Les Hinton to CMS comm'ee 2009 (Q.2125)

Leveson Seminar Presentations, Including Dacre, MacKenzie, Kavanagh, Rusbridger and Peppiatt - Press Gazette

BBC News - News Corp's James Murdoch Under Pressure

October 24th

Stephen Glover: The Threats to Our Free Press Seem Less Acute After this Eloquent Defence - Independent

Associated Press: James Murdoch to Testify Again to UK Committee

Les Hinton Faces MPs - As It Happened - Guardian

James Murdoch's Future Under Threat - Guardian

Independent News Corp Shareholders Vote Against Murdoch Sons - Forbes

News Corp: 35% of Shareholder Votes Opposed James Murdoch - the Hollywood Reporter

News Corp Investors Lodge Murdoch Protest Vote - Bloomberg

'David Cameron Ignored Advice to Halt Leveson Inquiry' - Huffington Post

October 23rd

Daniel Morgan Family Claim Judicial Inquiry Refused Because of Andy Coulson Links - Wales Online

Rupert Murdoch Still Under Pressure From Hermes and Church of England Funds - Telegraph

Les Hinton Faces MPs Again 'He'll Know Where Any Bodies Are Buried' - the Drum

Rupert Murdoch: News Corp's Great Dictator on the Brink - Michael Wolff - Guardian

Les Hinton (standing on floor), Rupert Murdoch

Murdoch Friend Faces Grilling in News Corp Scandals - Bloomberg

October 22nd

British Labour Part Member Tom Watson Shares New Details in News Corp Scandal, Offers Warnings For Shareholders - Countdown - Current TV

Video: Tom Watson: 'I Didn't Get Any Answers From News Corp Board' - Telegraph

MI5 References Surface in Britain Phone-hacking Suit - NYT

BBC News - Video - Tom Watson Explains Why He Quizzed Rupert Murdoch at AGM 

Murdoch Warned of 'Mulcaire 2' at News Corp Shareholder Meeting - Guardian

Tom Watson: There is Little Doubt That Murdoch's Rosebud Moment is Approaching - Independent

October 21st

BBC Inquiry Over Solicitor's 'Rogue Reporter' Phone-hacking Admission - Guardian

Murdoch Spars With Investors at Annual Meeting - NYT

News Corp Declares Victory Over Opponents, Witholds Results - Businessweek

Tom Watson in US

Murdoch Sorry Yet Again as Investors Demand Answers - Independent

News Corp: Rupert Murdoch Faces Showdown With Shareholders - Guardian

Rupert Murdoch Prepares to Meet His Angry Shareholders - the Atlantic Wire

Parliament's Tom Watson Says Murdoch's at 'Rosebud Moment' - Los Angeles Times

News International Confirms £3m Settlement With Dowlers - Journalism.co.uk

News Intl. Pays Murdered Girl's Family $3m - the Daily Beast

Ofcom Calls for Submissions to Plurality Review - Journalism.co.uk  

Leveson Considers Taking Anonymous Evidence From Tabloid Journalists - Guardian

October 20th

Leveson Inquiry is no Threat to Free Press, Says David Cameron - Guardian 

News Corp to be Challenged by Tom Watson Over 'Surveillance' - Guardian

BBC News - Surrey Police Knew of Milly Dowler Phone-hacking in 2002

Rebekah Brooks' Payout - Will News Corp Investors be Told About it? - Guardian

Watson Plans to Address News Corp Annual Meeting - Guardian

Murdoch Foes Press For Changes at News Corp - Bloomberg

October 19th

Key Speech by Lord Chief Justice Judge on Press Regulation

BSkyB Profits Rise Despite Slowdown in Subscriber Growth

UK Lawmaker Watson Will Try to Speak at News Corp AGM - Bloomberg

NI Lawyer Says He Knew Its 'Rogue Reporter Defence Was Wrong - Guardian

Lawyer Explains Why Hacking Victim Won £425 000 - Independent - Video

Julian Pike
Mark Lewis

BBC News - Phone-hacking: Lawyer Says Hacking 'More Widespread'

NYT: Murdoch In-fighting Has Seen James Ordered Back to New York - (via Press Gazette)

BBC News - Phone-hacking Culture Committee to Quiz Lawyers

October 18th

Milly Dowler family £1m Hacking Settlement With Rupert Murdoch Shared by Six Charities - Sky News

Matt Nixson Sues News Corp Over His Sacking - Press Gazette

Kelvin Apologises to Leveson - Now Mail has to Survive Hillsborough Storm - Roy Greenslade - Guardian 

October 17th 

Leveson Advisory Panel Will Not Include Member With Tabloid Experience - Guardian

BBC News - News Corp Investor to Vote Against Murdoch Re - election

October 16th

News Corp on List of 10 Riskiest Companies For Investors - Media Matters for America

October 15th

The Scotsman - 'News of the World Has Not Appealed Sheridan Verdict' - Random Thoughts Re Scots (and Other) Law

Rupert Murdoch Heckled at California Education Forum - NDTV

News Corp: On List of 10 Riskiest Companies For Investors - Media Matters for America

Hermes Comes Out Againsy the Murdochs - Financial News

Rebekah Brook's Holiday With Prince Harry's Man - Telegraph

Police Commit 200 Officers as Scale of Hacking Inquiries Grows - Independent 

Calpers Voting Against Murdoch Reelection at News Corp - Reuters

October 14th

Reporter Ejected From Jeb Bush's Ed Summit For Asking About Rupert Murdoch - Mother Jones

New Hacking Shame - Independent

October 13th

Wall Street Journal Circulation Figures to be Investigated - Guardian

October 12th

Wall Street Journal Circulation Scam Claims Senior Murdoch Executive - Nick Davies - Guardian

News Corp Says Board Overhaul Calls Are Misguided - the Australian

October 11th

Glenn Mulcaire Wants 'Persecution' by Victims to Stop - Guardian

Can Angry News Corp Shareholders Remove the Murdoch's From the Board? - International Business Times

BBC News - Phone-hacking Inquiry: MPs to Question Les Hinton

Victims' Stories - Hacked Off

Video Recordings of Contributions to Seminars at Leveson Inquiry - October 6th (with thanks to PressInquiry)

Vincent Moss
should have said Les Hinton will appear before DCMS Committee on Oct 24 via *videolink*. Very modern.
2 minutes ago

October 10th

Full Report of the First Leveson Inquiry Seminars - Hacked Off
News International Chief Executive Tom Mockridge Email : Full Text - Guardian

Jeb Bush, Rupert Murdoch Bound for S.F. - San Fransisco Bay Guardian

October 9th

News Corp Investors Urged to be Cautious Over Re-election of the Murdochs - Guardian

BBC Radio 4 Profile of Lord Leveson

October 8th

Richard Peppiatt's Speech to the Leveson Inquiry - Angry Mob 

October 7th

News of the World Phone-hacking Settlement Agreed By Kelly Hoppen - Guardian

US Investors Urged to Vote Against News Corp Directors - Ad Week

News Corp Sets Up Hotline for Staff to Report 'Illegal Activity' - Telegraph

October 6th

Press Association - Judges reject Phone-hack Legal Bid

Cutbacks at the BBC Indirectly Blamed on Murdoch - Unite the Union

Response to Andy Coulson FOI Request - Guardian

Downing Street 'Did Not Record Who Knew' About Andy Coulson Vetting - Guardian

Phone-hacking - the Focus Shifts - Sky News Blogs

Met Loses Diary that May Have Proven Former Chief's Links to Rupert Murdoch - Independent

Mirror Group Titles

Former Journalist Says Colleagues at Mirror Group Newspaper Hacked Phones - Telegraph

Exclusive: Mirror Completes Newsroom Probe - Sky News Blogs

October 5th

BBC News - Hacking - Charlotte Church and Jacqui Hames Witness Bid 

Leveson Inquiry: Paul Dacre and Kelvin MacKenzie to Appear Next Week - Guardian

Downing Street 'Did Not Record Who Knew' About Andy Coulson Vetting - Guardian

Shaun Russell is Latest Person to Sue News International Over Phone-hacking - Daily Mail

News International Faces More Than 60 Claims - Roy Greenslade - Guardian 

Hall Can Tell Leveson How Murdoch Exercises Editorial Power - Roy Greenslade - Guardian 

BBC News - Sara Payne and Shaun Russell Sue News International 

Shaun Russell Among Those Suing News International - Guardian

October 4th

Hugh Grant:'I Warned Osborne That it Wasa Mistake Hiring Andy Coulson' - Guardian

Why Leveson Should be in a Flap Over the Human Rights Cat - Full Fact 

Invitation List to the Leveson Inquiry Seminars 1/2 - Oct  6th 2011

'Sun on Sunday' Edges Step Closer With Hiring Spree - Independent

Rupert Murdoch's the Daily Has 80 000 Paying Subscribers - Guardian

October 3rd

Former News of the World Editor Phil Hall to Speak at Leveson Seminar - Journalism.co.uk

Michael Gove Praises 'Force of Nature' Rupert Murdoch - Independent

News: Leveson - Preliminary Hearing, October 4th 2011  - Council to the Inquiry's Note - Inforrm's Blog

BBC News - Phone-hacking: John Yates 'Still Working For Met Police'

MPA: Statements: Assistant Commissioner Yates

Leveson Inquiry: Preliminary Hearing Itinerary - 4th October 2011

Statement on Operation Motorman by Information Commissioner

Lords to Hear First Evidence to Investigative Journalism Inquiry  - the Thunderer

Kelvin MacKenzie
Kelvin MacKenzie

Brian Cathcart: Memories of Hacking Will Be Jogged in Court - Independent

October 2nd

A Fresh Take on Press Regualtion? No Need - a PCC Code is Already in Place - Guardian 

The Leveson Inquiry Will Miss the Real Scandal - Nick Cohen - Observer

New Boris Book Reveals 'Cosy' Ties With Murdoch - Independent

October 1st

British Reporter Says He'll Name Names  in Phone-hacking Scandal - NYT 

Vincent Tchenguiz's Phone Hacked by News of the World - Telegraph

Rebekah Brooks Has Carphone Warehouse Tycoon David Ross in Her Sights - Telegraph

Podcast - Carl Bernstein and Restoring Trust in the Press - Guardian Media Talk

Media CFAs: the Dowlers Sound Off For Justice - Steven Heffer - Inforrm's Blog

Lord Prescott

Lord Prescott Legal Action Funded by Max Mosley - Guardian

September 30th

Neville Turlbeck: From Front Page to Centre Stage - Guardian

Reform Options For Media Regulation - Hugh Tomlinson QC - Guardian

Levison Seminars to Kick Off With Former NotW Editor and Ex-Star Reporter - Guardian

Disturbing Questions that Leveson Needs to Address Right Away - Roy Greenslade - Guardian
Neville Thurlbeck

Neville Thurlbeck Says'Truth Will Out' - Guardian 

Guardian Phone-hacking Debate: Live Coverage (archived from yesterday evening)

Watergate Reporter 'Struck by Parallels With Nixon Scandal - Guardian

News Corp Faces Fresh Hacking Drama - Around Satellite TV Cards - Guardian

7 options for press reform: 's post ; Hugh Tomlinson's ,

September 29th

11 Million News International Emails Handed to Police - Telegraph

Press Inquiry > Blog Archive > Leveson Inquiry Briefing on Media Law

Brian Cathcart
Kelvin MacKenzie now Kelvin MacKenzie back then Breathtaking

September 28th

Independent Editor Backs Plan for Bad Journalists to be Struck off - Guardian

Second NotW Journalist Takes News International to Tribunal - Guardian

News of the World Paid Rival Papers' Staff to Hand Over Thier Lists of Stories - Guardian

Daily Mail Publisher Challenges Status of Leveson Inquiry Advisers - Guardian

September 27th

James Murdoch's Spokesperson Resigned Amid Phone-hacking Scandal - Financial Times (via Journalism.co.uk)

News Corp Marketing Subsidiary Probed By U.S. Over Tactics - Businessweek

Murdoch's 'Moral Pollution' Needs to be Eradicated - Unite

Conrad Black: My Destruction by Murdoch - Huffington Post Canada

NotW Reporter Neville Thurlbeck Takes Publisher to Tribunal - Guardian

Dominic Mohan - Editor, Sun

Sun Has Questions to Ask on Phone-hacking, Claims Labour's Tom Watson - Guardian

Full Details of Tom Watson's Speech re Murdoch/Ph-hacking etc at Labour Conference - Guardian

PIRC Calls on News Corp Holders to Oppose James Murdoch's Election - NASDAQ 

Labour's Watson and Bryant Target Murdochs Over BSkyB - Yahoo! News 

Call For James Murdoch to Quit BSkyB - Independent 

Phone-hacking Fallout: Labour Plans Tighter Media Regulation - Guardian

Mark Thompson Backs PCC in Wake of Hacking Scandal - Journalism.co.uk

Will Young Speaks Out on Marx, Phone-hacking, X Factor and the Riots - Beehive City

Killer Loses Privacy Complaint Over Sky Documentary - Press Gazette

Phone-hacking Fallout: Labour Plans tighter Media Regulation - Guardian

Hugh Grant Joins Media Reforms Push - Mirror

September 26th

Law and Media Round-up - 26th September 2011 - Inforrm's Blog

Met Police Rejects FOI Request About Payments to Carter Ruck (Yates) - TBIJ

Max Mosley - Grand Chamber Refuses to Rehear 'Pre Notification' Application - Inforrm's Blog 

Hugh Grant Joins Media Reforms Push - Mirror.co.uk

September 25th

That Settles it For Libel Law Reform. Thanks, Mr Murdoch - Observer

Mark Thompson: Met's Order to Guardian Part of Disturbing Trend - Guardian

Carl Bernstein on Rupert Murdoch's Watergate - Guardian

September 24th

Zelo Street: Murdoch is Served (59)

Rupert Murdoch Staff Spied on Me Says MI5 Boss - Express

Wallis 'Sold Stories' to Wapping While at Met - Independent 

Lionel Barber on Phone-hacking and Press Regulation - Inforrm's Blog

Post Hackgate, Moral Crusaders Launch a Frenzied Free for All on Freedom of the Press - the Australian

US Lawyer May Join Class Action Against Murdoch - Independent

September 23rd

Fox in the Schoolhouse: Rupert Murdoch Wants to Teach Your Kids - Mother Jones (US)

Met Criticised by Keith Vaz for Official Secrets Act Threat to the Guardian - Guardian

Sienna Miller: Hacking's Heroine - Jemima Khan - Independent

Met to be Asked to Investigate Jade Goody Phone-hacking Claims - Guardian

The Guy Who Could Bring Down News Corp Goes by Wolfman - the Atlantic Wire

Rupert Murdoch Could Be Questioned in US Over Phone-hacking Scandal - Telegraph

Phone-hacking Claims Mount up at News International - Guardian

Neil Wallis

News International Paid Neil Wallis While He Was At Scotland Yard - Telegraph

New York Lawyers Exploring News Corp Class Action - Guardian 

News Corp. Unit Sued in London By 'A. Coulson' - Bloomberg

Phone-hacking Suit Will Come to U.S. - the Daily Beast

Met Given Slap on the Wrists for Guardian Attack - Politics.co.uk 

#jpod in Depth: The Journalists's Right to Protect Confidential Sources Explained - Editors' Blog - Journalism.co.uk

September 22nd

Tom Watson: There's More Gruesome Evidence to Come in the Phone-hacking Scandal - Huffington Post UK

Exclusive: Murdoch Execs Told of Hacking Evidence in 2006 - Independent 

Bernard Hogan-Howe

MPs to Quiz Hogan-Howe Over Hacking - Evening Standard

News Corp Share Buyback Hits $1bn in First Month - City A.M.

The Police and the Press: Hacks and Hacking - the Economist

Milly Dowler's Family Urge Cameron to Rethink Legal Reforms - Guardian

Murdoch Paper Hacked Minister's Voice Mail - Reuters

Denis MacShane

Murdoch Paper Hacked Minister's Voice Mail - Yahoo! News

September 21st

Video: hacked Off Fringe at Libdem Conference With Hugh Grant  - Hacking Inquiry - Hacked Off

Hacked Off Manifesto - Hacking Inquiry - Hacked Off

MPs Summon Met Police to Explain Bid to Force Guardian to Reveal Sources - Guardian

U.S. Probe of News Corp Hacking Said to Expand to Bribery - Businessweek

Why We Journalists Need Confidential Police Sources - Guardian

Rupert Murdoch is Giving Keynote At Jeb Bush's Ed Reform Summit - Washington Post

U.K. Lawyer Mark Lewis is Unlikely News Corp Antagonist - WSJ.com

PCC Needs 'Investigatory Powers' - Guardian

Phone-hacking Inquiry Judge is Right to Investigate the Behaviour of the Media's 'Good Guys' - Guardian

Murdoch Inquiry Into Hacking Expands to All Wapping Titles - Independent

The Press We deserve? - Hacking Inquiry - Hacked Off

September 20th - 5.00 p.m.:


September 20th

Who Stands For the Public in Murdoch v the Government? - Essay by Geoffrey Robertson -  Reuters Mediafile

Leveson hacking Evidence Will Show 'Rampant Criminality' by NoTW in Scotland - Political Scrapbook

The New Met Chief's U-turn is Welcome - He Had Made a Gross Misjudgement - Guardian

Met Police Drop Action Against the Guardian Over Hacking Sources - Guardian

John Slattery: 'PCC Puppet of News International and Associated'

How the Met Came to the Guardian Looking for Evidence - Guardian 

Murdoch Editor Widened UK Labour Rift - Lord Prescott - Yahoo! News 

Murdoch and Perry Dined at Steak House - NYTimes.com

Sacked Sun Journalist Will Not Face Police Questioning - Guardian

The Met Police and the David Shayler Case - Guardian

The Mole on the Murdoch Payout: Is BSkyB Deal the Hidden Agenda? - the First Post

Turner Says Murdoch 'Going to Have to Step Down' Amid News Corp Scandal - Bloomberg

Max Clifford advises News Int to tell all they know on but says if they do it will go very high up.

September 19th

Policing the Press - FT.com

Phone-hacking Involved 'Big Fish', Says Simon Hughes - Evening Standard

Milly Dowler's Family Offered £2m - Plus - Settlement - Guardian

BBC News - Milly Dowler Phone Hacking Settlement Reaches More than £1m, Say Reports 

Lawyers Condemn Met's Use of the Official Secrets Act - Guardian

Libdems Back Tougher Action Against the Media - Guardian

Operation Weeting Has Cost £1.8m - Guardian

Met Failed to Consult Before Invoking Official Secrets Act - Guardian

No, I'm Not Kidding. We Really Have to Defend the Guardian - Richard Littlejohn - Mail

Met's Official Secrets Act Gambit: What the Other papers Say - Guardian

Armando Iannucci
Does it cross a line? It's more eloquent than anything I can say. RT News International ... in black + white.
Alec Baldwin Bolts Emmys Over Rupert Murdoch Joke - EW.com 

Fox Cuts Alec Baldwin Joke - the Daily Beast

Alec Baldwin
Fox did kill my NewsCorp hacking joke. Which sucks bc I think it would have made them look better. A little.

Alec Baldwin
If I were enmeshed in a scandal where I hacked phones of families of innocent crime victims purely 4 profit, I'd want that 2 go away, 2.

Pressure on Attorney General to Block Met Move Against Press Freedom - Guardian

IPCC Publishes First Part of 'Corruption in the Police Service in England and Wales' Report

September 18th

Harold Evans: 'Rupert Murdoch is the Stiletto, a Man of Method, a Cold-eyed Manipulator' - Guardian

Hugh Grant Condemns Police Over Phone-hacking Tactics - Telegraph

alan rusbridger
strong sunday times editorial condemns "dangerous" police use of OSA against guardian

Index-on-censorship -  Letter to Met Commissioner 

Dan Sabbagh
Sun Times on met use of official secrets act against guardian: "pursuing this case is wrong and will backfire".

Met's Threats to Guardian Are 'Direct Attack on Free Press', Say Lawyers - Guardian

Met Police Behaviour is Worrying and Deeply Mysterious, Says Hugh Grant - Guardian

September 17th

Phone-hacking: Secrecy Sledgehammer - Editorial - Commentisfree - Guardian

The Appalling Probe on the Guardian - Powerwall

Audit Notes: Scotland Yard Thugs, .....CJR

Metropolitan Police's Disgraceful Investigation Into the Guardian's Murdoch Phone-hacking Reporting - the Daily Beast

Should Guardian Journalists reveal Their Sources? - Video - Reuters.com

Met's Threats to Guardian Are 'Direct Attack on Free Press', Say Lawyers - Guardian

The Met and the Guardian: Time to Define the Public Interest - Hacking Inquiry - Hacked Off Blog

September 16th

Met Use Official Secrets Act to Demand Guardian Reveals Sources - Guardian

Charlie Beckett
RT George Eustice MP to join Guardian debate on 29 Sept w/ Carl Bernstein & : bit.ly/p25rZl

Jack of Kent: Today's Met Statement 

Police Threaten Guardian Journalist With Official Secrets Act. What on Earth Are They Playing At? - Telegraph

Phone-hacking: Durham Police Called in to Review Evidence - Guardian 

BSkyB COO Says Not Damaged by Hacking Scandal - Reuters

Inside the Campaign to Change News Corp Governance - smh.com.au

If News Corp Hacked the Phones of 9/11 Families, Fox News is Finished - Guardian

£375 For Jeremy Clarkson, £655 For JK Rowling: the Private Eye's Lucrative Trade - Independent

September 15th

Phone-hacking - Developments in the Courts, at the Leveson Inquiry and in Parliament - Inforrm's Blog

Barber: Ditch the PCC and Create a New System of Press Regulation - Guardian

BBC News - RTS: Jeremy Hunt Sets Out Cross-media Regulation Plans 

Brian Cathcart: With Leveson the Cleanup Can Begin - Independent

September 14th

Who's in and Who's Out of the Leveson Inquiry Core Participants List

Mother of 7/7 Bomb Victim is Told Her Phone Was hacked - Independent

Equal Measures of Negligence and Disgrace - Independent

Ian Burrell: Everybody Used Him. Even Me - But I Can Justify It  - Independent 

Exposed After Eight Years: a Private Eye's Dirty Work for Fleet Street - Independent

Lib Dems to Propose Big Fines For Newspapers who Break Conduct Codes - Guardian
September 13th 

Culture Media and Sport Select Committee - Latest Release of Letters from Brooks, Linklaters 

News Corp Shareholders Lodge Complaint Against Rupert Murdoch - Guardian

Full Text of Complaint by News Corp Shareholders - Guardian

News International Finds 'Large Caches' of Documents - Guardian

Cameron Spells out Difference Between 'Calm' Regional Press and the Nationals - Guardian

Committee Calls Les Hinton to Give Phone-hacking Evidence - Journalism.co.uk

Australia Set For Media Inquiry After UK Scandal - TrustMedia

SkyNews (Aus): Abbott Says No Need For Media Inquiry - Video

Cocaine-claims Escort Says NoW Hacked Her Phone - Press Gazette 

Independent: News International 'On Course to Pay Any Damages Against Glenn Mulcaire' - Editors' Blog - Journalism.co.uk

James Murdoch Recalled by MPs - Guardian 

MPs Recall James Murdoch Over Phone-hacking Evidence - Journalism.co.uk

September 12th

Unions Vote for 'Conscience Clause' to Cover Journalists - Guardian

Andy Coulson 'Helped Spin Story of George Osborne and Dominatrix - Telegraph

Democrats Renew Calls For Rupert Murdoch Investigation - Talk Radio News

George Osborne Allegations: Andy Coulson's 'Favourable' Editorial - Telegraph 

PM - Editor Helped Chancellor Manipulate News - ABC News - Audio + Transcript

Hacking: a Lost Detail - Brian Cathcart

Rupert Murdoch's Australian Newspapers Bombard PM Gillard's Camp With Criticisms - International Business Times

Boris Johnson's Deputy Urges Home Secretary to Call Inquiry into Murder of Welsh Private Eye - Wales Online

Chris Bryant: Phone Hacking Shows How MPs Committees Need Real Teeth - Huffington Post

Email Blitz For Media Probe Hits Politicians - theage.com.au

September 11th

Private Investigator Hacked Messages Left by David Blunkett - Telegraph

Prostitute at Centre of Osborne Story Gives Interview - Independent

'New Revelations in the Select Committee' - Charlotte Harris - Inforrm's Blog

Brian Cathcart

'The Code Breakers: Part 1' - Brian Cathcart - Inforrm's Blog

September 9th

Harbottle and Lewis Lawyer 'Found No Criminal Activity' - Guardian

News Corp Reshuffles Board, But Governance Risks Remain - Forbes

Timeline: What the WSJ's Publisher Knew About Phone-hacking - BNET

Investigative Journalism Must Not be Criminalised - Guardian

The Free Speech Blog: Leveson's Line on the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Journalists' Right ti Act as Eyes and Ears of the Public Must Not be Put at Risk - Guardian

Taylor 'Wanted to be Vindicated or Made Rich', Say Lawyers - Guardian

Les Hinton

Les Hinton Rejects Clive Goodman's Claims - Guardian

News Corporation Better than Ever Says Murdoch - the Australian

A Black Eye? Murdoch Must be Joking - Guardian

Phone-hacking Victim Writes to UK Prime Minister - ABC (Australia) - Audio and Transcript of the interview

NI to Launch New Online Service - Guardian

September 8th

Andy Coulson Refuses to Give More Evidence to MPs at Phone-hacking Inquiry  - Guardian

News International 'Deleted Hundreds of Thousands of Emails' - Telegraph

When a Journalist is Questioned by Police ......a Dangerous Precedent is Set - Telegraph

Transcript From September 6th Core Participant Hearing - Leveson Inquiry

Hail to the True Victors of Rupert's Revolution - John Pilger Blog

Open Phone-hacking by News Corp vs Secret Hacking by the CIA, MI5 - Reuters

A Heavy Blow to the Wall Street Journal : CJR

NI Asked Tech Firm to Delete Emails '11 Times' - Guardian

Even More News International Emails Deleted - Telegraph

September 7th

Roy Greenslade

Why Phone-hacking is a Story That Deserves Big Coverage - Roy Greenslade - Guardian

Gaetan Portal
Believed that journalist arrested this morning by Scotland Yard is sports journalist Raoul Simons

Inside the New York Post: What We Know About Murdoch's US Tabloid and the Men Who Run IT - Media Matters for America

Guardian Journalist interviewed Over Police Inquiry Leaks - Telegraph

Police Make Another Arrest - Guardian

September 6th

BBC Politics
VIDEO: Crone accused of hacking cover-up

James Murdoch Recall More Likely - Dan Sabbagh - Guardian

McCanns, Max Mosley and Newspaper Groups Apply to be Core Participants in Leveson Inquiry - Inforrm's Blog

Crone and Myler: Not Quite the Brash Double-act of Old - Hacked Off Blog

News Int Investigated the Private Lives of Lawyers of Hacking Claimants - FT

Murdoch Still in MPs' Sights - Spectator - David Wooding

Evidence to MPs Give James Murdoch Room for Manoevre - Guardian

David Cameron Tells MPs not to Use Phone-hacking as an Excuse - Guardian

James Murdoch Faces Second Grilling by MPs - Guardian

Evening Standard - 'Core Participants' Receive Public Funds to Take Part in Phone-hack Probe

Rebekah Brooks to Give Evidence to Leveson Inquiry - Guardian

James Murdoch 'Told About Phone-hacking Email' - Channel 4

A Flustered Crone Fails to Help Solve the 'For Neville' Mystery - Guardian

Paul Waugh
Crone admits NoTW employed freelance for dossier on private life of claimant lawyer."I saw 1thing relating to one of claimant lawyers"

James Murdoch 'Was Told of Hack Email' - Independent

News Int to Cut 110 Jobs - Journalism.co.uk

BBC News - Phone-hacking: Parliament Was Told 53 Lies Said Chris Bryant

Tim Gatt
News International chief executive: 89 News of the World staff "have opted to take up the enhanced redundancy terms on offer"

Legal Firm Tells MPs it Did Not Carry Out Investigation at News Int - Telegraph

Time for Some Clear Answers on Phone-hacking - Independent

The Murdoch Empire and Its Nest of Vipers - Murdoch Blackmailed Gordon Brown.....

Phone-hack Lawyer Says Murdoch Career in Peril - Bloomberg

Steve Coogan: What I Really Think of Coulson, Dacre and the Daily Mail - Guardian

September 5th

Steve Coogan: Why I Won't Let News Corp off the Hook - Guardian

Leveson Inquiry Kicks off but Ministers Could Still Act - CPBF

News International to Sell Wapping Site - Journalism.co.uk

News Corp Loses $27m Education Contract in Wake of the Hacking Scandal - Educationinvestor

Ivan Lewis: 'There is no Doubt we Got Too Close to News Corp' - Guardian

Leveson Inquiry Set to Begin - the Drum


September 4th

Movie Star Hugh Grant Set to Upstage David Cameron at Tory Party Conference - People

Australia's Climate Scientists Expose Shock-jock Distortion Tactics - Guardian

Victim's Lawyers Were Targeted - Independent

September 3rd

Police Given 'Dossier' on Victims' Lawyers - Guardian

Stephen Foley: News Corp Investors Should Reject Murdoch's Minimalist Shake-up - Independent

September 2nd

Reporter Linked to the 'For Neville' Email Arrested - Guardian 
' A 30-year-old man who has been arrested by police investigating the phone-hacking scandal at the News of the World is believed to be Ross Hall, a former journalist at the paper who now works for a financial PR firm.
Hall, who worked under the name Ross Hindley until September 2006, is believed to be the man who transcribed the "for Neville" email that was sent to private investigator Glenn Mulcaire. It has become a pivotal piece of evidence in the phone-hacking affair.'
'Hall is the nephew of Phil Hall, who edited the News of the World from 1995 to 2000 and is now a PR consultant.'

Police Contact With Media to be Evaluated by Two Inquiries - Guardian

Gordon Brown Issues Challenge Over Sunday Times Recordings - Independent

Tim Gatt
BREAK 30 year old man 'M' arrested by cops investigating NotW phone hacking has been bailed to mid-Jan

Phone-hacking Inquiry: First Hearing Announced - Journalism.co.uk

Statement From James Murdoch, Declining His Bonus - Business Wire

Dan Sabbagh
J Murdoch turns down $6m bonus "in the light of the current controversy surrounding NoTW". Still has $12m pay package - but

Murdoch Family Divided as News Corporation Crisis Comes to a Head - Guardian

September 1st

Rupert Murdoch owns 70% of papers in Australia

Rupert Murdoch's Daily Paper Angers Australian Government - Guardian

News International Opens Up Fresh Email Probe - CIO

News of the World Scandal: Murderer Robert Thompson's Phone May Have Been Hacked  - the Daily Beast

David Allen Green
One year ago *today* - this story - from nowhere - blew open the scandal - well worth re-reading.

Media Execs (in Scotland) in Hacking Probe - Charles Lavery

The MURDOCH Empire and Its Nest of Vipers: Steve Nott Soon to be Author, Discussed Operation Weeting with His MP Paul Murphy

August 31st

Jonathan Ross: I was a Phone-hacking Victim - Guardian

Cabinet (Australia) Holds War Briefing Over News - Financial Review

August 30th

BBC News - No Probe Into Coulson Severance Pay, Says Watchdog

August 29th

Bad News - Four Corners - Australian Phone-hacking Documentary

August 28th

James Bulger's Killer Robert Thompson 'Had Phone Hacked by News of the World' - Metro

August 26th

Andrew Honnor

The MURDOCH Empire and Its Nest of Vipers - #Hackgate: Andrew Honnor He's Got the Look of Coulson

Questions Over Coulson's Murdoch Pay-off Won't Go Away - Left Foot Forward

Glenn Mulcaire Names News of the World Staff Behind Phone-hacking - Guardian

Andy Coulson Row Prompts Inquiry Into Role of Political Advisers -  Guardian

Andy Coulson and David Cameron's Conversation That Never Was - Telegraph

More Than 120 Police Investigate Murdoch Empire's Operations - Independent 

New Head of Wapping PR Has Tory Party Pedigree - Independent

Rupert Murdoch, Tony Blair and Me - Chris Mullin Excerpts - Guardian

August 25th

Politicians Meeting Media Proprietors: a Draft Code of Conduct - Nicholas Jones - Dale and Co
Jack of Kent: the Story Of Hackgate, Part 1

New Spinner at News Int if Only For a Short Time - Telegraph

Why James Murdoch is Wrong About the BBC  - Mark Thompson - Comment is Free - Guardian

Letters Show Rivals Lobbying UK Government Against BSkyB Acquisition - paidContent:UK

Tories Not so Sure About Coulson - the Media Blog

News Corp May Stop Paying Legal Fees For Former News of the World Editor Andy Coulson - the Hollywood Reporter

August 24th

Andy Coulson 'Broke' Commons Pass Rules bu Failing to Declare NI Payments - Guardian

Letter to Registrar of Members' Financial Interests - Tom Watson MP

Payments to Carter Ruck - a Freedom of Information Request to Met Police Service - WhatDoTheyKnow

Tories on Defensive Over Coulson's Income While Working for Party - Guardian

Andy Coulson's Payout: a Problem For the Tories? - Guardian

News Corp Downgraded on Threat From 'Powerful Enemies' - Brand Republic blogs

August 23rd

Calum Best to Sue News of the World Publisher - Guardian

What Does Coulson Have on Cameron and Murdoch? - Left Foot Forward

The Hysteria Over Andy Coulson is getting Out of Hand - David Hughes - Telegraph Blogs

A News of the World Journalist Writes: Tom Watson MP

Letter to Electoral Commission - Andy Coulson - Tom Watson MP

10 Questions Hanging Over Andy Coulson - Telegraph

Andy Coulson's  'News International Payments' Questioned by Former Murdoch Editors - Telegraph

Andy Coulson Reportedly Paid by News Int When Hired by Tories - Guardian

August 22nd

Andy Coulson on News Corp Payroll While Working for David Cameron - Reuters

What Andy Coulson Told Me About Secondary Payments When He Gave Evidence to the DCMS Committee on 21st July 2009 - Tom Watson MP

What the DCMS Committee Was Told About Payments to Andy Coulson - Tom Watson MP

BBC News - Coulson Got Hundreds of Thousands of Pounds From News Int

Private Eye Official Site : - Hacking: the Phoney War Pt. 94

How News of the World's Milly Dowler Stories Changed Between Editions - Roy Greenslade - Guardian

David Cameron's 'Love Letters' to Rebekah Brooks - Telegraph

Glenn Mulcaire: Lawsuit Pushes Rupert Murdoch's Shadow Man into the Spotlight - the Daily Beast

August 21st

Zelo Street: Murdoch is Served (57)

Rebekah Brooks' Gym Instructor is the Latest Victim - Telegraph

August 20th

Phone-hacking: Media Face 'Blackout' on Any Hacking Trials as Detective is Held - Telegraph

FleetStreetBlues: Guardian Still Reaping 

News of the World's Pursuit of Missing Girl Led to Its Own Demise - WSJ.com

Milly Dowler Phone-hackers 'Used More Than One Voicemail' - Guardian

Media Face 'Blackout' On Any Hacking Trials as Detective is Held - Telegraph

August 19th

Operation Weeting Officer Arrested  - Metropolitan Police Service

Two Men Including Operation Weeting Detective Arrested in Connection With hacking - Telegraph

Revealed: Cameron's Supercop's Company Mired in Bugging and Hacking Allegations - Labour Uncut

News: Phone-hacking Saga, this Week's Developments - Inforrm's Blog

BBC News - Phone-hacking: Police Officer Arrested Over Leaks 

It's Not Phone-hacking That Will Kill News Corp in the US - Emily Bell - Comment is Free - Guardian

Coulson, Bird and White

Pressure on Coulson, White and Bird as Scottish Police Ramp up Probe - Political Scrapbook

Glenn Mulcaire

Glenn Mulcaire Ordered to Reveal Who Told Him to Hack Phones - Guardian

August 18th

Exclusive: News Corp Execs Think James Murdoch May Leave - Reuters

Glenn Mulcaire Sues News of the World Publisher - Guardian

John Major Wanted a Two Party Alliance to Take on Rupert Murdoch - Guardian

David Allen Green
This is a guess, but I suspect Mulcaire action is for an "order of specific performance" to enforce indemnity for his legal fees.

David Allen Green
Interesting that Mulcaire case filed at Chancery division - so not straightforward claim for contract/tort damages. May be for injunction.

Mulcaire, Investigator Jailed For Hacking Model's Phone, Sues News Corp - Bloomberg

New Statesman - Mulcaire Suing News Corporation - David Allen Green

Lesley Ash Claims Phone-hacking Was Widespread as She Settles NotW Legal Action - Telegraph

BBC News - Lesley Ash Settles a Claim Against the NotW

A Life Unravelled...Whistleblower Who Incurred Warath of Murdoch Empire - Guardian

James Desborough receiving a 2009 Press Award from Jon Snow

Phone-hacking: News of the World Hollywood Reporter is Arrested - Guardian

"At the 2009 British Press Awards ceremony, Desborough was praised by judges for his series of "uncompromising scoops which mean no celebrity with secrets can sleep easy". He was presented with his award by Jon Snow, the respected Channel Four journalist and anchorman." (from Guardian Article linked above)

Letter to David Cameron - Leveson Inquiry - Tom Watson MP

Guardian Loses Readers Even After Murdoch Coverage - Bloomberg

Chancellor Was Targeted By the News of the World's Hacker, Says Dominatrix - Independent

Fresh Links Between Murdered Investigator and NotW - Independent

August 17th

James Macintyre
Cabinet office confirmed Coulson legal fees v Sheridan paid by News Int. while Coulson worked at Number10. Isn't that a little cosy?

John Yates Faces Inquiry Into Links With News of the World - Guardian

IPCC: 'Serious Issues' Over Senior Met Officers' Ties to Media - Journalism.co.uk

Phone-hacking: Rebekah Brooks Enjoys a Chauffeur-driven Ride to Her New Post - Telegraph

Rupert Murdoch Company Being Probed Over Champions League Television Rights - Insideworldfootball

Fark Founder Accuses Fox Newsman of Hacking - Gawker

BBC News - Met Officers Cleared Over Hacking Misconduct Claims

Statement From Sir Paul Stephenson - Metropolitan Police Service

News of the World hacked Multiple Witnesses in Sheridan Libel Trial - Political Scrapbook

Rebekah Brooks 'Has Chauffeur-driven Car For 2 Years Paid For By News International' - Mail Online (no istyosty url, sorry)

Why Was Goodman Paid £243 000 After Being Fired For (Alleged) Gross Misconduct? - Roy Greenslade - Guardian

Can James Murdoch Argue Himself Out of This Corner? - Brian Cathcart  - Comment is Free - Guardian

Zelo Street: Murdoch is Served (56)

All in This Together - Editorial - Comment is Free - Guardian

Phone-hacking: The Smoking Gun - Independent

Neal Mann
IPCC says it is still independently investigating allegations that John Yates helped secure a job for the daughter of Neil Wallis

August 16th

BBC News - Phone-hacking: Murdoch Savaged by Harbottle 

News International Faces 4 Law-suits - smh.com.au

Clive Goodman's Letter to News International - Guardian

Full Documents submitted to Select Committee

Phone-hacking: Colin Myler Profile - Telegraph 

Phone-hacking: Tom Crone Profile - Telegraph 

BBC News - Hacking 'Widely Discussed' at NotW - Video

Phone-hacking Denials: What Murdoch Executives Said - Guardian

James Murdoch Likely to be Recalled By MPs Over Phone-hacking - Guardian

Letter to Chairman Select Committee from Solicitor Mark Lewis

Clive Goodman

Phone-hacking: News of the World Reporter's Letter Reveals Cover-up - Guardian

Phone-hacking: New Documents Sent to MPs Cast Doubt Over James Murdoch's News of the World Evidence - Sky News

James Murdoch 'Inaccuracies' Under Scrutiny - Bloomberg

August 15th

FBI Widens Its US Inquiry Into News Corp Beyond 9/11 Hacking - Independent

Associated Newspapers, Not News International, Now Biggest National Newspaper Publisher - Press Gazette 

Gordon Brown Speaks Out against the Sun - Guardian

August 13th

For all You Need to Know About Rupert Murdoch, Look at His Lawyers - Guardian

News of the World's Alleged Milly Dowler Leaks Investigated by IPCC - Guardian

August 12th

UK Lawmaker Tom Watson Says Documents on Phone-hacking are 'Dynamite' - Bloomberg

British Newspapers: Phone-hacking - Who Benefitted? - Economist

Phone-hacking Evidence 'Dynamite' - smh.com.au

Murdoch to Launch Wall Street Journal in German - the Local

IPCC Investigates Police Over Alleged Milly Dowler Leak - Journalism.co.uk

BBC News - Claims of Police Leak Over Milly Dowler Case to be Investigated

What Lies Beneath the Ruins of the News of the World? - Snowblog

August 11th

News Corp Income Rises by 12% to $5bn as Murdoch Defends Empire - Guardian

Simon Hughes to Sue Over News of the World Phone-hacking - Guardian

Murdoch vows News Corp 'Integrity' - Evening Standard

Miskiw Bailed Following Phone Hack Probe Arrest

Former News of the World Man Arrested After Flying Back From America - Independent

August 10th

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp Raises Dividend For First Time in Two Years - Telegraph

RT Scot Yard press chief Dick Fedorcio facing gross misconduct probe over relationship with ex-NOTW dep editor Neil Wallis

Rebekah Brooks Resigns From 18 Directorships - But There Are More to Go - Greenslade - Guardian

NUJ Receives Political Backing Over Regional Press Scrutiny - Journalism.co.uk

News Corp's James Murdoch to Explain Story Holes to Lawmakers in UK - Bloomberg

BBC News - New Arrest in Phone-hacking Inquiry

James Murdoch Expected to Provide Evidence He Did Not Mislead MPs - Guardian

Greg Miskiw

Former News of the World News Editor Arrested - the Spy Report

Background information on Greg Miskiw from Guardian Archive

Zelo Street: Morgan Fights Back

August 8th

August 7th

The Man who Told the Mirror and the Sun About Hacking in 1999 - Greenslade - Guardian

Dear Dave and Nick - Letter 31: Questions, Questions, Questions and Why Dave's Answers Matter

Murdoch and Me: How Chris Bryant Brought a Media Mogul Down to Earth - Profiles - Independent

August 6th

John Moore
The challenge with modern news, and why opinion has replaced news, is that opinion often outsells news. Can we, should we, rebalance?

Greenslade - Guardian Media - Is Rebekah Brooks Still on the Company Payroll?

Murdoch Presses on With Academy Plan Despite Hacking Row - Independent

News of the World 'Fake Sheikh' in Talks With Sunday Times - Guardian

BBC News - News of the World Staff Offered 'Enhanced Redundancy'

Elisabeth Murdoch Opts Not to Join Board of News Corporation - Guardian

Police Who Took Tip-off Fees to be Investigated by Taxman - Guardian

Banksy World Phone-hacking - Manhattan

NoW Publisher Sued For £100 000 Over Alleged Breach of Anonymity Agreement - Guardian

Sunday Times Bans Use of Subterfuge - Guardian

BBC News - Phone-hacking Whistleblower Stephen Nott Went Unheard

August 5th

Key Figures in the Phone-hacking Scandal - Interactive Graphic - NYTimes

Antilla: News Corp Board is Garbage In, Garbage Out - Bloomberg

Zelo Street: Guido Fawked - No Research, No Result (7)

BBC News - Murdoch Foam Pie Attacker Jonnie Marble's Jail Term Cut

August 4th

BBC News - Detective Firm Invoiced Mirror 230 Times in Two Years

Alex Salmond Accused of Pandering to Rupert Murdoch - Guardian
BBC News - Alex Salmond Releases Rupert Murdoch Letters 

Political Scrapbook
Here is the "exclusive" on Guardian hacking, ahem sorry, recycled story from five years ago

Paul McCartney: Apparently, I Have Been Hacked' - LA Times

Piers Morgan Has Questions to Answer, Says Harman - Guardian

Murdoch's Cleanup Effort Draws Fire Over Committee's Independence, Mandate - Bloomberg

Piers Morgan, Heather Mills
Piers Morgan Under Fire From Heather Mills Hacking Claim - Telegraph

Heather Mills Claims Her Phone Was Hacked - Telegraph

August 3rd

Zelo Street: Guido Fawked - No Research, No Result (6)

Heather Mills Claims Mirror Group Journalist Admitted Hacking Her Phone - Guardian

Huffington Post UK - Piers Morgan Should Come Back to Britain to help Police Investigation Into Phone-hacking - Therese Coffey

Murdoch Scandal Journalist Nick Davies on What's Next: Watch Video - the Daily Beast

Stuart Kuttner

NotW Boss 'Who Signed Off Mulcaire's Fees' is Latest to be Arrested - Independent

Phone-hack Lawyer: 'Four Cases to be Filed Against Mirror' - Press Gazette

August 2nd

Zelo Street: Murdoch is Served (54)

FOI Request to the Cabinet Office - the Ongoing Saga - Tom Watson MP

Video: Lewis: 'More People Will be Questioned Over Phone-hacking' - Telegraph

Tom Watson: 'Phone-hacking is Only the Start. There's a Lot More to Come Out' - Guardian

Stuart Kuttner's Arrest: a Statement of Intent From a Humbled Met - Guardian

With Tabloids Under Fire, Bribe Statement Surfaces - WSJ

Phone-hacking Scandal: - Stuart Kuttner Is Latest NotW Executive to be Arrested - Amelia Hill - Guardian

Why is Rebekah Brooks Still a Director of the Press Association? - Political Scrapbook

Phone-hacking: Timeline of the Scandal - Telegraph

Number 10 Hides Behind Mystery Technicality on Coulson Vetting - Political Scrapbook

Zelo Street: Dick Says Don't Quiz the Mail

Stuart Kuttner

Former NoW Managing Editor Arrested - Telegraph 

Met Still Holding Rebekah Brooks' Laptop Found in Rubbish - Independent

Back Off Brooks! - Newsweek

News International Promises to Restore Deleted Emails - Politics.co.uk

August 1st


Zelo Street: Murdoch is Served (53)

The Annotated Frank Rich - the Real Transgressions of the Murdoch Empire - New York Magazine

Robert Peston, Will lewis

Stephen Glover: What's the Secret Scoop Merchant Peston? - Independent

July 31st

Evening Standard - PM Must 'Come Clean' Over Murdochs 

Zelo Street: We're Getting Around 

It's Time to Scrutinize Fox by Michael Massing - the New York Review of Books

Phone-hacking Boosts Newsnight's Viewing Figures - Guardian

Zelo Street: The Unclear Motive of David Jones

Rupert Murdoch Given $27m No-bid Contract From State Department of Education - NY Daily News

What Does it Mean to 'Break Up' Media Power? - Des Freedman - Comment is Free - Guardian

Murdoch Could Let the News of the World Rise Again - Guardian

Camillagate Scoop Raises Questions For Murdoch - Sydney Morning Herald

Lawyers 'Furious' Over Criticism in Hacking Scandal - Independent

Hewitt Wants Met to Reopen Case of Diana's Stolen Letters - Independent

Now Trinity Mirror Feels the Hacking Heat - Independent

Ben Riley-Smith: Can Hacking Ever Be Justified? - Independent

July 30th

Zelo Street: Regulation - Buscombe Bows Out

Lord Justice Leveson: Grand Inquisitor of the Press - Profile - Independent 

Zelo Street: Read the Real Motorman 

Tabloid Watch: The Page Two Apologies to Christopher Jefferies

BBC News - Details of Shadow Cabinet's Media Meetings Published

New Statesman - Police Open Investigation Into Computer Hacking

Glenn Mulcaire: I Acted Only On News of the World's Orders - Guardian

Mirror Group Paid Blagger £442 878 For Illegally Obtained Info - Guido Fawkes Blog - (has been known to make mistakes in the past....)

July 29th

Louise Mensch Hires City PR Firm to answer Questions About Colourful Past - Guardian

David Cameron Faces Growing Pressure Over Andy Coulson Hiring - Guardian

BBC News - NoW Investigator Glenn Mulcaire 'Told to Hack'

BBC Newsnight
Glenn Mulcaire solicitor statement to us: "he acted on instructions of others. Any suggestion he acted in such matters unilaterally untrue"

Tabloid Watch
7 of the 8 papers paying libel damages to Chris Jefferies also paid libel damages to Robert Murat in the McCann case.

BBC News - Phone-hacking: MPs Vote Not to Recall James Murdoch - Video

BBC News - Harriet Harman: 'We Have to get to the Truth' - Video

Peta Buscombe

BBC News - Phone-hacking Row: PCC Head Buscombe 'Stepping Down'

Gordon Taylor Urged to Come Clean About £725 000 Payout - Independent

Leading Article: There Must be No Delay - Independent

July 28th

Glenn Mulcaire's Solicitors Say News Group Still Liable to Pay Legal fees - Guardian

Amelia Hill on the Sara Payne Revelations - Video - Guardian

Boris Johnson Accused Over 'Codswallop' Jibe - Independent

The Coulson Affair: Guardian Questions to Downing Street 

BBC News - Tom Watson MP: Hacking Sara Payne's Phone Would be 'Ultimate Betrayal' - Video

PCC Chair Reportedly to Retire After NoW Phone-hacking Scandal - Guardian

Sara Payne: the People at News of the World Became My Trusted Friends - Guardian

BBC News - Met to Publish Hospitality records 'Within Weeks' 

BSkyB Board Unanimously Backs James Murdoch - Reuters

The Farewell Column Written By Sarah Payne's Mother - Before She Knew She'd Been hacked - Political Scrapbook

Sarah payne

News of the World Targeted Phone of Sarah Payne's Mother - Guardian

Morgan Defiant as Enemies Try to Implicate Him in Hacking Scandal - Independent

Neil Wallis Visited Coulson at Downing Street - Kevin Brennan MP

Concerns At MoD Over Minister's Private Briefings to the Murdochs - Independent

July 27th

Zelo Street: Guido Fawked - No Research, No Result (2)

Piers Morgan Issues angry Twitter Rebuttal - Telegraph

No 10 refuses to Disclose Coulson's Access to Top-secret Information - Guardian

News Statesman - What Gove's Meetings With Murdoch tell Us

Murdochs Were Given Secret Defence Briefings - Independent

No 10 Boss Attended Scotland Yard Dinner With NoW Deputy Neil Wallis - Guardian

Ministers Meet Rupert Murdoch's News Corp Every Three Days - Telegraph 

July 26th

BBC News - George Osborne Met News Corporation Executives 16 Times