Phone hacking: Downing Street is in disarray – so send for the leg-breakers

from Telegraph.co.uk
By John McTernan

The supine response to the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World
shows David Cameron’s need for a proper political machine, says John
McTernan. Halfway through my time as his political secretary, Tony Blair offered me some ….

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Phone Hacking: David Cameron recalls MPs to debate scandal

from Telegraph.co.uk

David Cameron has called for MPs to delay their summer break to allow
Parliament to debate the phone hacking scandal on Wednesday. By Robert
Winnett, Deputy Political Editor in Pretoria The Prime Minister, who
arrived on Monday morning on a visit to …

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UK’s Cameron draws line between police and govt on hacking

from Reuters

PRETORIA, July 18 (Reuters) – British Prime Minister David Cameron sought
to distance himself from the resignation of the country’s most senior
policeman on Monday, saying the London force’s role in the phone-hacking
scandal was quite different from …

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UK premier under fire over phone-hacking scandal

from msnbc.com

LONDON — UK Prime Minister David Cameron cut a trade mission to Africa
from four days to two as pressure mounted on the Conservative leader to
tackle the phone-hacking scandal that has shaken Britons’ faith in police, Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp., …

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Phone-hacking probe: Dowler family meeting Clegg

from BBC News

Relatives of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler are meeting Deputy Prime
Minister Nick Clegg for talks about the phone-hacking scandal. They will
also meet Prime Minister David Cameron later this week. Martin Moore, from the Media Standards Trust, …

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Was David Cameron a hacking target?

from The Independent
By Matt Chorley and Jane Merrick

David Cameron could have been among the phone-hacking targets at the News of the World, it emerged last night. With the list of potential victims seemingly growing by the hour, No 10 refused to deny claims that Mr …
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Key figures in Britain’s phone hacking scandal

from the Economic Times

LONDON: Britain’s phone-hacking scandal took a dramatic twist on Friday
with the arrest of Prime Minister David Cameron’s former media chief and
ex- News of the World editor, Andy Coulson. Street-smart Andy Coulson, 43, has risen from humble beginnings …

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