Former News of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck has said he is "delighted" to see Rebekah Brooks return to News UK as chief executive. Thurlbeck admitted involvement in phone-hacking and was sentenced to six months in prison last year. NigerianHerald.com, 1 day ago
Rebekah Brooks has been appointed chief executive of News UK, publisher of The Sun, The Times and Sunday Times newspapers. The announcement made on Wednesday confirms the return of the former Sun editor to the leadership of Rupert Murdoch 's ...Huffington Post UK, 1 day ago Rebekah Brooks in triumphant return to Murdoch empire as News UK chief executive International Business Times UK, 1 day ago Rebekah Brooks To Return As Murdoch's Head Of News UK Huffington Post UK, 1 day ago Brooks returns to Murdoch fold AOL UK, 2 days ago
The Crown Prosecution Service has so far spent more than £1.2m on pursuing phone-hacking cases against journalists, new figures show. The CPS has previously revealed that the cost of the hacking trial involving Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks ...Press Gazette, 1 month ago Phone-hacking at the News of the World: From one 'rogue reporter' to seven more criminal convictions Press Gazette, 1 month ago
Ex-News of the World editor Andy Coulson ordered to pay £150,000 costs It will go towards the cost of his prosecution for phone hacking last year Coulson was jailed for 18 months following an eight-month Old Bailey trial Prosecutors had asked ...Capital Bay, 1 month ago
The preparation for my interview with Max Mosley has been like no interview preparation I've ever done before. I read the subject's new autobiography, Formula One and Beyond - so far, so normal. And then his interview cuts - ditto. And then I typed ...Irish Independent, 1 month ago
TABLOID hacks, who monitor the movements of thirsty Will Lewis the way the Mafia monitors the movements of supergrasses, report that Rupert Murdoch's enforcer wants to end his gilded exile in New York. Lewis, an ex-editor of the Telegraph and ...Private Eye, 1 month ago
Three years after arrest, ex-News of the World journalist Alex Marunchak says he has been left in English 'Guantanamo'
Former News of the World senior executive editor Alex Marunchak has said that he is stuck in a sort of English Guantanamo nearly three years after his arrest on suspicion of computer-hacking. He was one of 26 former News of the World journalists ...Press Gazette, 2 months ago
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