Celebrity victims of News of the World hacking: A who’s who

from the Washington Post (blog)

By The Reliable Source

Part of the UK’s Hacked Hall of Fame: Steve Coogan, Sienna Miller, Prince William, and Jude Law. (AP, Getty Images)

The News of the World hacking scandal finally erupted this month after rumbling for years among England’s elite. …

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‘Hacked off’ celebrities lead war on tabloids

from AFP

It took the hacking of a murdered girl’s phone to make the News
of the World scandal explode, but celebrities have wasted no time in using the row to press their own agenda against the tabloids. Actor Hugh Grant has led the charge by becoming …

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Phone hacking: what the the public inquiry should do…

from The Guardian (blog)

The “hacked off” campaign, which appears to have enjoyed swift success in
calling for a public inquiry into phone hacking, wants to ensure that the
inquiry panel’s terms of reference are both specific enough and wide enough to get to the bottom of the …

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Live: Phone hacking row

from BBC News

Martin Moore of the Hacked Off campaign says at a meeting this morning Ed Miliband agreed with the group on the need to start an inquiry quickly. He says the Labour leader agreed the inquiry had to go further than just the Metropolitan Police and than …

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