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Media law mop up: Phone hacking – what else?

In July 2009 Nick Davies of the Guardian began to report new allegations of phone hacking at News of the World. Voicemail interception by the Sunday red-top wasn’t a new story, but these specific allegations were – despite the Press … Continue reading

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News of the World to close but the phone hacking story doesn't stop here

In the most dramatic development of the phone hacking scandal, since Guardian journalist Nick Davies broke his Gordon Taylor story in July 2009, it has been announced that News of the World is to close this Sunday after 168 years … Continue reading

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