The Leveson Inquiry
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Deputy Assistant Commissioner of the Met Police, Sue Akers, reveals a "network of corrupted officials" in contact with journalists at The Sun.
Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats Simon Hughes suggests phone hacking may have impacted on his chances of winning the party's leadership contest.
Former Met Police Officer Brian Paddick tells the Leveson Inquiry that Glenn Mulcaire had the names of people under witness protection.
Former Crimewatch presenter Jacqui Hames accuses the News of the World of colluding with the suspects in the murder of Daniel Morgan.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Lord Prescott tells the Leveson Inquiry that Scotland Yard claimed there was no evidence his phone had been hacked.
Joanna Yeates's landlord Chris Jefferies tells the Leveson Inquiry he believes the police leaked his statement to the media.
Private Eye editor Ian Hislop tells the Leveson Inquiry that laws are already in place to prevent abuses like phone hacking at the News of the World.
Daily Mirror editor Richard Wallace tells the Leveson Inquiry Ulrika Jonsson's affair with Sven-Goran Eriksson may have been exposed by phone hacking.
Hacking victims' lawyer Charlotte Harris tells the Leveson Inquiry that she was spied on by News International.