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Murdoch hacking case


Hackgate: ‘power couple’ Rebekah and Charlie Brooks arrested

13 March 2012
Police arrested top Murdoch lieutenant Rebekah Brooks on Tuesday—along with her husband Charlie Brooks.

The Daniel Morgan case and Hackgate: anatomy of a scandal

06 March 2012
<a href="#fru">Force Research Unit</a> | <a href="#cam">David Cameron</a> | <a href="#mor">Daniel Morgan</a> | <a href="#met">Metropolitan Police</a> | <a href="#cook">David Cook</a> | <a href="#reb">Rebekah Brooks</a> | <a href="#rees">Jonathan Rees</a> | <a href="#sid">Sid Fillery</a> | <a href="#chip">Chipping Norton set</a> | <a href="#mar">Alex Marunchak</a> | <a href="#coul">Andy Coulson</a>

Daniel Morgan murder: Police corruption at heart of hacking scandal unravels

29 February 2012
James Murdoch resigned as the head of News International today, Wednesday. Police officers told the Leveson inquiry into press standards that they felt unable to continue a search at News International headquarters because they felt intimidated.

Phone hacking scandal laps at David Cameron’s feet

28 February 2012
The latest revelations in the phone hacking scandal have brought it back to the door of Number 10—and prime minister David Cameron.

‘What we’re doing is illegal, isn’t it?’—meet the crooks who bribed the cops

14 February 2012
In 1999 Metropolitan police chief Sir John Stevens declared, "We now realise that while we did deal with the ‘rotten apples’, the approach did not destroy the tree from which they had been picked.

Sun arrests shed light on police corruption

14 February 2012
Police arrested five senior figures on the Sun newspaper last weekend.

Fresh arrest hints at hacking corruption

17 January 2012
Metropolitan Police officer Dave Cook was arrested on suspicion of misconduct in a public office last week.

Hacking: Theresa May accused of ‘stonewalling’ over murder

13 December 2011
The brother of murdered private detective Daniel Morgan has accused home secretary Theresa May of stonewalling.

Daniel Morgan’s murder exposes a murky world of lies and deceit

06 December 2011
The unsolved killing of Daniel Morgan in 1987 is one of Britain’s most investigated murders.

Former British agent says News of the World hacked his computer

06 December 2011
The hacking scandal continues to cover the Metropolitan Police, News International and David Cameron in filth.

Hacking - did James Murdoch know about police corruption?

15 November 2011
The Leveson inquiry into the News International (NI) scandal opened with claims that phone hacking had been widespread.

Bribes and state secrets to stop story

20 September 2011
Rupert Murdoch’s News International has made a £3 million offer to the family of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler. It is an attempt to settle the phone hacking case that led to the closure of the News of the World.

Met police phone hack cover-up unravels - again

20 September 2011
The Metropolitan Police force was humiliated this week when a judge rejected the evidence of one of its supergrasses, Gary Eaton.

Phone hacking: what did News International bosses know?

06 September 2011
As parliament returns, News International executives will face more questioning.

Pressure grows on News International and Cameron over hacking scandal

30 August 2011
David Cameron continues to be mired in the phone hacking scandal.

Phone hacking scandal: passing the blame

23 August 2011
The key players at the top of the phone-hacking saga have in effect accused each other of lying.

Met detective ‘harassed’ by News of the World

23 August 2011
Former News of the World (NotW) editor, Rebekah Brooks, had a meeting at the Metropolitan Police headquarters on 9 January 2003.

Damning evidence from Daniel Morgan murder inquest

23 August 2011
The 1988 inquest into Daniel Morgan’s death contains damning revelations that resonate today.

Daniel Morgan: The stench of corruption underlies murder cover-up

23 August 2011
The hacking scandal continues to mire the Metropolitan Police, News International and prime minister David Cameron in filth.

More rot exposed as hacking scandal widens

09 August 2011
Lawyers acting for the family of a murdered private detective have called for a new public inquiry which could shed more light on corrupt relationships between the police and the media.

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