Phone hacking: Rupert Murdoch woes deepen with prospect of US investigation


James Murdoch will today face MPs’ questions over compensation deals for
victims of phone hacking that obliged them to keep quiet about the matter. Mr Murdoch is chairman of News International in Europe and Asia, and deputy chief operating officer of …

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Police investigate new computer hacking claims linked to News International

By Jason Lewis, Investigations Editor

A police investigation is taking place into claims private investigators
working for News International were involved in computer hacking. The investigation is being carried out by detectives from Scotland Yard’s …

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News apologises again over hacking

from the Sydney Morning Herald

News International has made a fresh apology in British newspapers, placing advertisements declaring there should be “no place to hide” from the police investigation into phone hacking. It comes after the Metropolitan Police denied that a journalist …

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Murdoch apologizes again for illegal phone hacking

from Beaumont Enterprise

The News International publication News of the World is accused of hacking into the mobile phones of various crime victims, celebrities and

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Phone-hacking scandal: Tuesday’s key quotes

from The Guardian

Allegations that the former prime minister Gordon Brown was the victim of systematic hacking and “blagging” have upped the stakes in the News International scandal still further. …

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News International hits back at Gordon Brown hacking allegations


The Sun newspaper has defended itself against allegations that it accessed former prime minister Gordon Brown’s family medical records without his knowledge. The tabloid, owned by Rupert Murdoch’s embattled News International, insisted information that …

Phone hacking: News International ‘holding back evidence of police corruption’

By Murray Wardrop, Mark Hughes and Robert …

News International may be holding back evidence on the phone hacking
scandal which must be disclosed so “corrupt” police can face justice,
one of Britain’s most senior officers Sir Hugh Orde has indicated.

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