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I have listened to hacked voicemails, says Coulson
Gulf Times

Editor admits hearing hack

"It was all coming from Neville. My assumption was that Neville Thurlbeck had obtained these voicemail messages himself," he said. Coulson said he eventually decided there was a public interest justification in pursuing the Blunkett story. He told ..., 8 hours ago
News of the World editor admits hearing hack Dominion Post, 8 hours ago
Coulson Tells Trial He Heard Hacked Voicemail Independent Radio News, 13 hours ago

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Lawyer Herald

Coulson admits that he heard a voicemail about UK minister's 2004 affair

On his third day of testimony today, former editor of News Corp's News of the World Andy Coulson said that he had heard a voice mail detailing an affair that involved Labour lawmaker David Blunkett. The voice mail message was allegedly obtained by ...
 Lawyer Herald2 hours ago Coulson Listened to Voice Mail About Blunkett Affair in 2004  BusinessWeek13 hours ago Coulson 'shocked' at Blunkett story  BBC16 hours ago

Andy Coulson admits listening to British MP's messages

'News of the World' editor and British Premier David Cameron's ex-communications chief Andy Coulson today admitted for the first time in court that he listened to hacked voicemails of an MP.The messages, belonging to former home secretary and Labour MP David Blunkett, date back to 2004, which Coulson told the ongoing phone-hacking trial here he now knew were "the product of an illegal act" but was not aware then. Blunkett had left the messages for his lover journalist Kimberly Fortier.Coulson, ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago Andy Coulson admits listening to MP's messages  The Statesman3 hours ago
The Drum

Phone-hacking trial: Sarah Payne, Lord Black testify for Kuttner

Former head of PCC testifies for Kuttner Sarah Payne tells court of former managing editor's role in "Sarah's Law" campaign Kuttner accuses police of "altering his statements" Witness can not remember who told him contents of Milly Dowler's ...
 The Drum5 days ago Phone-hacking trial: Trust, saving money and the Archbishop  The Drum6 days ago

Blair Texted Brooks: I Can Help

Tony Blair's private text message exchanges with Rebekah Brooks were published in a London court Wednesday as the scale of cooperation between former members of the Labour government and senior figures at News International were laid bare. When ...
 Yahoo! News1 month ago
The Drum

Phone-hacking trial: The bullies, Princess Diana and the Royal phonebook

When the trial resumed after lunch, Justice Saunders addressed the jury telling the nine women and three men that while normally defendants appeared on the order of the indictment, he was calling Clive Goodman next "in the interests of justice". Mr ...
 The Drum1 month ago Brooks 'was editor who didn't care'  BBC1 month ago Phone-hacking trial: Rebekah Brooks faces Milly Dowler questions  The Drum1 month ago Phone-hacking trial: Binology, cooking the books and affairs of the heart  The Drum1 month ago
Kuwait Times

News Corp's hacking defence shaky: Br ...

London - Rebekah Brooks, the former head of News Corp.'s British newspaper business, told a London court on Monday she thought the company's "rogue reporter" defence to phone-hacking looked shaky in 2009 when she landed the job as chief executive. ...
 IOL1 month ago Brooks says "rogue" reporter phone-hacking defence shaky in 2009  London South East1 month ago News Corp. Rogue-Reporter Stance Shaky After E-Mail, Brooks Says  BusinessWeek1 month ago Brooks says 'rogue' reporter phone-hacking defence shaky in 2009  Financial Daily1 month ago
The Drum

Phone-hacking trial: Sophie Wessex and the 'bin man'

News of the World used "bin man" to check rubbish for information Sophie Wessex story ran after letter leak Trial adjourns until Tuesday Court resumed this afternoon to continue to hear evidence from former News of the World and Sun editor ...
 The Drum1 month ago

Hugh's prostitute got £159 000, court told

REBEKAH Brooks spent £159,000 to buy the story of a prostitute caught performing a sex act on Hugh Grant, the phone-hacking trial heard on Thursday. Divine Brown was paid $100,000 (£64,000) directly by the News of the World for her sordid story ...
 IOL1 month ago Actor's prostitute got £159 000, cour...  Daily News South Africa1 month ago Hugh's prostitute got £159 000, court...  Tonight South Africa1 month ago

Half-time show: the prosecution's case on phone hacking

The prosecution has outlined its case against former News of the World executives, and the defence will start next week. Journalist Rodney Tiffen reports from London for Inside Story. It is half time at the long-running trial of former Murdoch ...
 Crikey Media1 month ago
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