from BBC News
The police watchdog is to investigate four current or former Met officers
over the phone-hacking inquiry. The four include Commissioner Sir Paul
Stephenson and Assistant Commissioner John Yates, who both quit this week.
The BBC understands the other …
from the Washington Post
London’s police chief has quit over his links to a former News of the World editor caught up in the phone hacking scandal. Metropolitan Police
commissioner Paul Stephenson denies any wrongdoing. (July 17) (/The
By Mark Hughes, and Andrew Porter
Boris Johnson has accused Britain’s most senior police officer of
potentially jeopardising the integrity of the phone hacking investigation. Mr Wallis, the paper’s former deputy
editor, earned more than £1000 a day to …
from The Guardian
Sir Paul Stephenson, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, will apologise
for ‘institutional’ failures over phone hacking.
The head of the Metropolitan police is to apologise publicly for “institutional” failures …