- For those taking an interest in the ever-changing, continually developing News of the World hacking scandal, it's a good time for a round-up of just what the situation is at the moment.
- Rupert Murdoch, his son James and the London-based head of News International Rebekah Brooks have been summoned to appear before a powerful committee of MPs to answer allegations of phone hacking and other crimes at News International.
. The News of the World paid a Royal Protection Officer for private contact details for members of the royal family, it is claimed
- 'Smoking gun' emails pile pressure on News International chairman James Murdoch
- Les Hinton, chief exec of News Corp firm Dow Jones, could be axed for 'failing to get to grips' with the scandal when in charge of NI's UK newspaper group
- BSkyB shares tumble by 6% to around 700p
- Shares have now fallen by 17% since the phone hacking scandal blew up, knocking nearly £2.5bn off value of the broadcast group
- News of the World tried to hack 9/11 victims, ex-police officer claims
- Journalism legend Carl Bernstein says scandal is 'Murdoch's Watergate'