rebekah brooks phone hacking

Brooks did not mention Coulson, with whom she had an affair during their time working together on the News of the World, by
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
Private detective Glenn Mulcaire and the News of the World's former royal editor Clive Goodman were jailed in 2007 after
Brooks, who had been NoW editor at the time of the hacking, of which she denies all knowledge, said she had been at a fertility
Giving evidence for a fifth day, Brooks was asked about the specific charge relating to authorising illegal payments. She
The jury had earlier in the trial been shown by the prosecution emails from Brooks to Goodman discussing a possible job, which
This related to an allegation that Brooks, who ran News Corp's British newspaper arm until July 2011, had approved an illegal
Brooks is also accused of arranging for her personal assistant Cheryl Carter to withdraw seven boxes containing her notebooks
The alleged intrigue took place in 2011 when News International, the British newspaper division of Murdoch's News Corp, became
PIN CODES Brooks, who is on trial alongside seven other defendants, has pleaded not guilty to charges related to phone-hacking
The Old Bailey, England's Central Criminal Court, also heard that notebooks were found at Mulcaire's home full of details
Read the full statement on the charges here. Brooks is set to appear in court on September 3rd. The charges came a week after
News International had for years denied that phone hacking was widespread after the tabloid's former royal reporter and private
LONDON, June 22 (Reuters) - Former newspaper executive Rebekah Brooks, the woman at the heart of a scandal shaking Rupert
Rebekah Brooks, the former Sun editor, ex-CEO of News Corp.'s embattled News International U.K. newspaper arm and longtime
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Brooks was arrested in March and questioned about the allegations that led to Tuesday's formal prosecution. She was also
BLAIR AND BROWN Dubbed by some the "fifth daughter" of Rupert Murdoch, Brooks edited the News of the World from 2000 to 2003
Brooks resigned from her post as chief executive of News International in July 2011 amidst phone hacking allegations. She