Cameron Names Investigation Panel on Phone Hacking Scandal
British Prime Minister David Cameron announced the names of a panel that will look at press regulation in an emergency statement at the Parliament on Wednesday.
• 'Key Figure' in Phone Hacking Arrested
A former managing editor of the now-defunct UK tabloid News of the World has been arrested in connection with the phone-hacking scandal.
• British PM Grilled by Lawmakers over Phone-Hacking Scandal
British Prime Minister David Cameron was grilled by parliament members Wednesday about the phone-hacking scandal in an emergency parliament debate called by the opposition Labour Party.
• Cameron Names Investigation Panel on Phone Hacking Scandal
British Prime Minister David Cameron announced the names of a panel that will look at press regulation in an emergency statement at the Parliament on Wednesday.
• Cameron Regrets Hiring Coulson as Communications Chief
British prime minister David Cameron said he would not have hired Andy Coulson as the administration's communications chief if he knew the former editor of the now-defunt News of the World (NoW) would get involved in allegations concerning phone hackings, when being questioned in parliament on Wednesday.
• Man Rushes at Rupert Murdoch in Hearing
A protester rushed at Rupert Murdoch as he gave testimony to British lawmakers Tuesday, setting off a scuffle and spattering Murdoch with what appeared to be white foam in a foil pie dish in a shocking interruption of a hearing into the phone hacking scandal that's rocked the media baron's global empire.
• British Police: No Third Party in Hacking Whistleblower's Death
British police said on Tuesday there is no evidence showing the death of Sean Hoare, former reporter with the now-closed News of the World tabloid, is related to a third party.
• Murdoch Denies Responsiblity for Scandal
Rupert Murdoch on Tuesday denied the responsibility for the phone hacking scandal of the News of the World , but said that "the people he trusted or perhaps those they trusted" were responsible.
• James Murdoch: We Are Sorry
James Murdoch said sorry for the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World newspaper on Tuesday.
• Britain's Metropolitan Police Chief Resigns
Britain's Metropolitan Police chief Paul Stephenson resigned on Sunday after he was accused of having links with the News of the World, a newspaper which was closed for a phone hacking scandal recently.
• British Govn't Denies Being Close to Murdoch's Media
The British government has denied that it was too close to Rupert Murdoch's scandal-hit media association, as the mogul apologized for phone hacking through one of his tabloids in a full-page newspaper advert.
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Major Development
• July 19, 2011 British Phone-Hacking Whistleblower Dead
• July 18, 2011 Britain's Metropolitan Police Chief Resigns
• July 16, 2011 Dow Jones CEO Resigns Due to Phone-hacking Scandal
• July 15, 2011 NI Chief Resigns over Hacking Scandals
• July14, 2011 U.S. FBI Probes News Corp. Hacking Allegations
• July 13, 2011 News Corp Withdraws Bid for BskyB
• July 8, 2011 British PM Announces Inquiry into Phone Hacking Scandal
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• 'Key Figure' in Phone Hacking Arrested
• The Murdochs Regret but Deny Responsibility for Phone Hacking
• Phone-hacking: MPs to Quiz Murdochs and Rebekah Brooks
• 2011-07-20 Phone Hacking and Journalism Ethics
• News Corp Intro
• Murdoch Defends Tabloid Chief amid Crisis
• Murdoch's Tabloid to Close amid Scandal
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News and Analysis
• Hacking Scandal Unveils Western Media's Ills
• Western Media Morals
• UK Hacking Scandal Does Irreparable Damage to Public Trust
• British Phone Hacking Scandal Becoming "a Firestorm"
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