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    1. April 2, 2012

      Leveson hears of Met chief’s job help

      Former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis advised a senior police officer on his bid to become commissioner of...

    2. March 29, 2012

      Malthouse queried police hacking resources

      London’s deputy mayor, who oversees policing in the capital, has told the Leveson inquiry he had questioned the police...

    1. March 29, 2012

      Met’s Fedorcio quits over misconduct probe

      Scotland Yard’s director of public affairs has resigned after hearing he would face gross misconduct allegations for...

    2. March 12, 2012

      Johnson ‘no appetite’ for probing hacking investigation

      Former home secretary Alan Johnson had “no appetite” for a probe into allegations that the first phone hacking...

    3. March 5, 2012

      Deputy mayor attacked hacking inquiry

      London’s deputy mayor, who has responsibility for policing in the capital, complained on several occasions that...

    4. December 13, 2011

      Police told to clarify media relationships

      Police forces across the UK need to clarify their boundaries with the media to reassure the public about the service’s...

    5. October 10, 2011

      Call for News Corp vote against Murdochs

      News Corp faced intensifying pressure for corporate governance changes on Monday as the biggest investor advisory group...

    6. September 19, 2011

      Policing the press

      Having been accused of inertia during much of the phone hacking scandal, the Metropolitan Police appears suddenly...

    7. September 16, 2011

      Met uses secrecy laws in leak probe

      Scotland Yard has invoked the Official Secrets Act to demand documents from reporters at The Guardian as it seeks to...

    8. September 12, 2011

      Renowned crime fighter becomes Met chief

      Bernard Hogan-Howe pledged to put fear into London’s criminals and renew force morale as he accepted the role of...

    9. September 3, 2011

      Met arrests 16th person in hacking scandal

      The Metropolitan Police has arrested a 16th person in relation to the phone-hacking scandal as part of Operation...

    10. August 17, 2011

      Four apply for Met chief post

      Four senior police officers have applied to become the new commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, the most senior job...

    11. August 16, 2011

      Contenders line up for top police job

      Leading figures in the UK’s policing establishment will file their applications on Wednesday for the post of...

    12. August 12, 2011

      UK seeks advice of former US ‘super-cop’

      “Super-cop” Bill Bratton said that the UK “can’t arrest its way out its situation”, after David Cameron called on the...

    13. August 3, 2011

      Cleveland police chief held in graft probe

      The chief constable of Cleveland Police and his deputy have been arrested as part of a criminal inquiry into fraud and...

    14. Westminster Blog

      July 20, 2011

      Quotes of the week - hacking special

      Tom Watson to Rupert Murdoch: “Your wife has a very good left hook.” (meaning right hook) Sir Paul Stephenson on Neil...

    15. July 20, 2011

      How Number 10 is missing Andy

      All eyes may have been on the Commons on Tuesday but back at the Downing Street ranch I am told there was a sense of...

    16. July 19, 2011

      The aged Oriental mystic ... and Manuel

      There is one version of old age, perhaps the best on offer, that goes like this. You keep doing what has always given...

    17. July 19, 2011

      Prime minister faces Commons showdown

      David Cameron on Wednesday faces a gruelling Commons interrogation over new revelations about his links to Rupert...

    18. July 19, 2011

      PR staffing on Met Police revealed

      The chief of London’s police force who resigned at the weekend over police links with News of the World told a...

    19. July 19, 2011

      Cameron appeals for business as usual

      Downing Street aides urged journalists to “keep a sense of perspective” about Britain’s hacking scandal, as David...

    20. July 19, 2011

      Police chief testifies on Met public relations staffing

      The Metropolitan Police commissioner who resigned at the weekend over Scotland Yard’s links with News of the World has...

    21. July 19, 2011

      A Select Committee we should all ignore

      Parliamentary select committees have always played a vital role in holding public servants and private companies to...

    22. July 18, 2011

      Cameron cuts short trip to face firestorm

      David Cameron is cutting short a visit to Africa and will fly back to Britain on Tuesday night to face the heat of the...

    23. July 18, 2011

      Clearing out the Yard

      The fallout from the phone-hacking scandal continues to widen. Following last week’s high-level resignations at News...

    24. July 18, 2011

      Murdochs promise day of political theatre

      A day of classic political theatre is promised at Westminster on Tuesday as key protagonists in the phone-hacking...

    25. July 18, 2011

      Leadership crisis engulfs Met

      There could hardly be a worse time for a leadership crisis at Scotland Yard. The resignation of Sir Paul Stephenson,...

    26. July 18, 2011

      Scandal edges closer to Cameron

      If, as David Cameron, Britain’s prime minister, has called it, the phone-hacking scandal ripping through Rupert...

    27. July 18, 2011

      Cameron defends decision to stay in Africa

      David Cameron insisted that he had not made an error by pressing ahead with a tour of Africa despite the unfolding...

    28. Westminster Blog

      July 18, 2011

      Is Labour coming close to calling for Cameron's head?

      Sir Paul Stephenson Sir Paul Stephenson’s resignation yesterday was a significant moment in the phone hacking affair:...

    29. July 18, 2011

      Met’s assistant commissioner Yates quits

      The home secretary announced a big overhaul of police relations with the media on Monday as Britain’s top...

    30. July 18, 2011

      Parliament extended over hacking crisis

      Ed Miliband, the Labour leader, piled pressure on the prime minister over the phone hacking scandal on Monday, saying...

    31. FT Alphaville

      July 18, 2011

      News Corp unlikely to face rapid action in US

      News Corp is facing heightened legal risks in its home US market over the phone hacking and police bribery scandal...

    32. FT Alphaville

      July 18, 2011

      News fallout widens; Cameron cuts short tour

      UK prime minister David Cameron has cut short a trade tour of Africa, the FT reports, to escape criticism for being out...

    33. July 17, 2011

      Sir Paul Stephenson, Metropolitan Police

      Sir Paul Stephenson, who resigned as Metropolitan Police commissioner on Sunday, had an unusually controversial tenure...

    34. July 17, 2011

      Met fears cuts threaten Olympic security

      The police chief in charge of Olympic security is calling on forces across the country to delay making cuts to...

    35. July 17, 2011

      Met chief’s exit follows growing pressure

      The resignation of Sir Paul Stephenson came at the end of a day of mounting pressure on the Metropolitan Police chief...

    36. July 17, 2011

      Murdoch-free News

      The boards of directors of both News Corp and BSkyB (40 per cent-owned by News) should look at the history of...

    37. July 17, 2011

      PM under pressure as police chief quits

      David Cameron is under renewed pressure over the phone-hacking scandal after the UK’s top police officer resigned,...

    38. July 15, 2011

      Johnson contacts  judge on Met link to Wallis

      Boris Johnson has urged the judge leading the public inquiry into phone hacking to scrutinise “serious questions”...

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