Phone Hacking: Brooks’ husband denies cover up after bag found near flat


Detectives began examining the items amid concern that they could prove
important in the phone hacking inquiry and fears were raised that they
could have been deliberately dumped. But last night Mr Brooks insisted the laptop and other items had nothing …

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Don’t let the response to News of the World go too far

from the Washington Post

Nine people have been arrested in connection with the hacking cases, and on Friday two of Mr. Murdoch’s closest collaborators — Rebekah Brooks, who headed the British newspaper division, and Dow Jones chief executive Les Hinton — announced their …

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Phone hacking: spreading scandal, mounting questions

from The Guardian

The phone hacking scandal, far from fading, continues to astonish. Of all
the headlines in the past day or so perhaps the least surprising was the
resignation of Rebekah Brooks as head of News International. Much more
disconcerting – because it again …

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Murdoch aide Brooks quits as head of UK newspapers

from Reuters
By Keith Weir and Georgina Prodhan LONDON, July 15 (Reuters) –

Rebekah Brooks resigned as chief executive of News Corp’s British newspaper unit on Friday, yielding to political and investor pressure over a phone hacking scandal undermining Rupert …

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Head of Murdoch’s British operations quits

from the Los Angeles Times
By Henry Chu Los Angeles Times

Rebekah Brooks, the head of Rupert Murdoch’s British operations, resigned Friday after days of intensifying pressure …

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News of the World: Rebekah Brooks offers to speak to Yard as a witness

By Mark Hughes

Rebekah Brooks has contacted Scotland Yard detectives and offered to be
interviewed as a witness rather than a suspect in their phone hacking
investigation, The Daily Telegraph has learnt.

It is thought that detectives will speak with …

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Phone hacking: 9/11 victims ‘may have had mobiles tapped by News of the World …

by David Collins, Daily Mirror 11/07/2011

He arrived in a cowboy-style hat to be hit by claims News of the World reporters hacked the phones of 9/11 victims. Murdoch held talks with News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks, amid fears nine …

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