Now that Operation Yewtree has secured the convictions of Rolf Harris and Max Clifford and brought belated justice for their victims, will Daily Mail columnists end their campaign of denigration against it? Peter McKay, one of two Mail writers who ... New Statesman, 3 weeks ago
Three and a half years after the launch of the Operation Weeting probe into hacking at the News of the World nearly 100 UK police officers are still investigating journalists. Met Police statistics quoted by Inforrm (The International Forum for ...Press Gazette, 2 weeks ago Operation Weeting: How investigation into three emails spread and spread Equities.com, 4 weeks ago Phone hacking: Operation Weeting: How investigation into three emails spread and spread Equities.com, 4 weeks ago
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It was the trial that had everything - cats, pizzas, witches and fairy liquid. Here's an alphabetical guide to what happened over eight months at the Old Bailey's court 12. One of the most dramatic revelations in court was that Rebekah Brooks and ...Channel 4, 1 month ago
The cost to the taxpayer for the hacking trial was at least £1,745,752.58, the Crown Prosecution Service said last night. The figure included paying for lawyers, expert witnesses and CPS staff up to 31 May this year. Meanwhile the costs so ...Press Gazette, 1 month ago Phone hacking trial most expensive case in British criminal history at £95M Capital Bay, 1 month ago
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