Andy Coulson phone hacking

The scandal caused ripples throughout Britain and prompted Rupert Murdoch to shutter the paper in 2011. At the sentencing
In a dramatic ending to a months-long trial, former News of the World editor Andy Coulson was convicted of conspiring to hack phones, while Rebekah Brooks, another former editor and one of Rupert Murdoch's closest confidantes, was cleared of all charges.
In a statement, a spokesman for News UK tried to move on from the day's events. Coulson now faces up to two years in prison
Cameron faced questions over his own judgment in appointing Coulson when the paper was shut in July 2011 and has said he
"Both a conspirator and victim at the same time? The two things do not sit easily together do they," he told the jury. Coulson
Coulson, looking relaxed in a dark suit, stood for less than five minutes in the dock at London's Southwark Crown Court to
News International had for years denied that phone hacking was widespread after the tabloid's former royal reporter and private