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Recent Summary.     Click for More > UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked' UK press hacking row escalates BBC calls claim of reporter's death 'rumor' Naval captives can sell stories BBC apologizes as Dyke quits BBC chairman quits over Hutton   Hutton clears Blair, faults BBC  A senior judge says the government did not act in a 'dishonorable, underhand or duplicitous' way in its handling of David Kelly First daily paper (Courant) appears in England  It was produced by Elizabeth Mallet at her premises next to the Kings Arms tavern. Consisted of a single page, with advertisements on the reverse side
Report: Kate Middleton's phone hacked, court told Police: TV host sexually abused hundreds Report urges independent regulator for UK press Murdoch protégé charged with conspiracy BBC chief testifies in TV presenter abuse scandal Ex-Murdoch editors charged with hacking Murdoch editor charged over hacking   Rebekah Brooks and her husband, Charlie, have been charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice over the phone-hacking inquiry Hacking 'discussed' at News of the World UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor   News Corp. magnate Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, said were not to blame in a burgeoning scandal Brooks arrested in hacking scandal Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing' Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign Murdoch summoned over phone hacking NoW goes to presses for last time Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing


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  The embattled tabloid News of the World, one of the oldest and best-selling newspapers in Britain, will shut down after Sunday's issue.    This Sunday's issue will be the last edition of the paper, News International chairman James Murdoch says. The announcement f...
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1. 2014-06-24 Andy Coulson guilty of phone hacking London
C. 2014-02-19 Blair 'advised editor before arrest' London
D. 2014-01-18 BBC World TV's Komla Dumor dies London
2013-12-19 Report: Kate Middleton's phone hacked, court told London
F. 2013-11-01 Prince Harry message 'was hacked' London
6. 2013-10-31 Murdoch hacking trial reveals affair London
7. 2013-10-30 Prosecution opens Murdoch phone-hacking case Old Bailey, London
I. 2013-08-20 No 10 contacted paper over secrets London


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Andy Coulson guilty of phone hacking Blair 'advised editor before arrest' BBC World TV's Komla Dumor dies Report: Kate Middleton's phone hacked, court told   The British tabloid News of the World hacked Kate Middleton's phone while she was dating Prince William, a prosecutor told a London court Prince Harry message 'was hacked' Murdoch hacking trial reveals affair Prosecution opens Murdoch phone-hacking case NSA reporter files lawsuit over partner's detention No 10 contacted paper over secrets Scotland Yard: David Miranda detention legally sound Female journalists get bomb threats on Twitter Police: TV host sexually abused hundreds  Britain's late TV presenter and radio host Jimmy Savile sexually abused hundreds of people and carried out more than 30 rapes Hospital slams radio station over prank call Kate hoax nurse death a 'tragedy'. Melbourne Hoax call fools duchess hospital Report urges independent regulator for UK press  The British press should have an independent regulator, underpinned by law, and with the power to fine, Judge Brian Leveson recommended Murdoch protégé charged with conspiracy  Rebekah Brooks was charged Tuesday with conspiracy over alleged illegal payments to a Ministry of Defence employee Ex-BBC boss starts work at New York Times 'Radical overhaul needed' at BBC Inquiry begins into BBC culture BBC chief testifies in TV presenter abuse scandal  BBC Director General George Entwistle faced tough questions from British lawmakers over the BBC's response to the allegations against Jimmy ... Ex-Murdoch editors charged with hacking   8 people, including Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, will face a total of 19 charges relating to phone hacking, the Crown Prosecution Service... Murdoch editor charged over hacking


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Oct.25  BBC star's victims 'approaching 300'
Oct.23  Patten backs independence of BBC
Oct.6  Late BBC TV presenter accused of sex abuse
Sep.25  BBC 'regrets Queen disclosure'
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May.15
  Rebekah Brooks and her husband, Charlie, have been charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice over the phone-hacking inquiry
Apr.3 James Murdoch stepping down from BSkyB Feb.19 UK Sun on Sunday to launch next week

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Nov.24 JK Rowling lambasts tabloid intrusion
Nov.10 Murdoch like 'Mafia boss,' says lawmaker Aug.16 Hacking 'discussed' at News of the World  MPs have released a letter from a journalist jailed for phone hacking, alleging senior News of the World figures knew what was going on Jul.21 James Murdoch evidence questioned Jul.19 UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor
  News Corp. magnate Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, said were not to blame in a burgeoning scandal.    Media tycoon apologises a...
Jul.17 Brooks arrested in hacking scandal
  Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks was arrested in connection with police investigations into phone hacking and bribery Jul.16 Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing'  Rupert Murdoch apologized to the British public with full-page advertisements in 7 national newspapers UK PM's Murdoch press links defended Jul.15 Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign   Two key executives in the media empire resigned, and their former boss began a series of apologies in the phone-hacking scandal Jul.12 Murdoch summoned over phone hacking  British lawmakers investigating a phone hacking scandal asked Rupert Murdoch, his son James and ex-editor Rebekah Brooks to testify Jul.9 NoW goes to presses for last time   The last edition of the News of the World is being published, its front page declaring: 'Thank you & goodbye' Jul.7 Staff shocked by NoW 'bombshell' Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
  The embattled tabloid News of the World, one of the oldest and best-selling newspapers in Britain, will shut down after Sunday's issue
 This Sunday's issue will be the last edition of the paper, News International chairman James Murdoch says. The announcement follows accusations that the paper eavesdropped on the phone messages of murder and terror victims, politicians and celebrities
Jul.6 UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked'  Phones owned by relatives of dead UK soldiers were allegedly hacked by the News of the World, a national newspaper reports Murdoch calls allegations 'deplorable' Jul.5 UK press hacking row escalates  New allegations have emerged of payments to the police as the row around the News of the World escalates

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Dec.3 Assange responds to readers online
Feb.11 Broadcasters condemn Iran over jamming

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Apr.15 BBC calls claim of reporter's death 'rumor'  The BBC concerned about an unknown militant group's claim that it has killed reporter Alan Johnston, kidnapped in Gaza Apr.7 Naval captives can sell stories   The 15 personnel held captive by Iran are to be allowed by the Ministry of Defence to sell their stories to the media Feb.6 U.S. 'friendly fire' video revealed


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Jan.29 BBC apologizes as Dyke quits
  Director General has quit. The new Acting Chairman apologised for errors during the Dr Kelly affair Jan.28 BBC chairman quits over Hutton  Gavyn Davies has resigned in the wake of criticisms of the corporation's reports   Hutton clears Blair, faults BBC
  A senior judge says the government did not act in a 'dishonorable, underhand or duplicitous' way in its handling of David Kelly

before year 2000
Mar. 11, 1702 First daily paper (Courant) appears in England
  It was produced by Elizabeth Mallet at her premises next to the Kings Arms tavern. Consisted of a single page, with advertisements on the reverse side