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 month ago
Former News of the World executive editor Alex Marunchak in the clear on computer hacking three years after his arrest
Former News of the World executive editor Alex Marunchak has been put in the clear by the Crown Prosecution Service after three years in legal limbo following his initial arrest. Marunchak was initially arrested on suspicion of involvement in ...Press Gazette, 3 weeks ago
The former head of security at Rupert Murdoch's UK newspaper empire has threatened to blow the whistle with shock revelations about the company. Mark Hanna, who was cleared of perverting the course of justice in the phone hacking trial last year, ...Irish Examiner, 1 month 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 month ago Rebekah Brooks in triumphant return to Murdoch empire as News UK chief executive International Business Times UK, 1 month ago Rebekah Brooks To Return As Murdoch's Head Of News UK Huffington Post UK, 1 month ago Brooks returns to Murdoch fold AOL UK, 1 month 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, 2 months ago
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