Rebekah Brooks told David Cameron his 2009 party conference speech brought her to tears twice, a newly published text message has revealed.
Government proposals to create a statutory register of third party lobbyists would not include those working for firms like News International, MPs found today.
MPs will debate attempts by News International executives' to mislead parliament tomorrow, in a historic Commons session.
What they agreed on, what they argued over, and what happens next: politics.co.uk picks over the bones of today's report by MPs into the phone-hacking scandal.
Jeremy Hunt's senior civil servant has refused to explicitly back the embattled culture secretary.
David Cameron admitted he rode the infamous horse lent to Rebekah Brooks by the Met police today.
James Murdoch resigned as executive chairman of News International this afternoon, as the phone-hacking scandal claimed its most senior scalp yet.
Fleet Street was in shock today following the death of veteran Times reporter Marie Colvin,who was killed by Syrian forces.
The Sun's new Sunday edition will be launched this weekend, News International has announced in an internal memo to its staff.
Rupert Murdoch dramatically intervened in the ongoing chaos at the Sun today with a promise to bring out a new Sunday newspaper.
One of the MPs allegedly put under surveillance by News International has said private investigators tasked with following him must have had a "boring time".
James Murdoch's long-term future at News Corporation looked increasingly uncertain after shareholders showed their frustration with him.
James Murdoch looks certain to be recalled to parliament, after senior News International figures cast doubt on his testimony to MPs today.
Follow today's appearance of key News International employees before the culture, media and sport committee.
Labour went on the attack today, after it was revealed that Andy Coulson was still being paid regularly by News International while working for the Conservatives.
Read the full documents detailing Cabinet ministers' meetings with media figures as they are released by Downing Street.
David Cameron has issued a stern rebuke to the Murdoch dynasty, as Westminster responded to claims the pair lied during their select committee hearing.
MPs are preparing to grill News Corporation chief Rupert Murdoch and two of his key allies, in one of the most hotly-anticipated select committee hearings in years.
Rupert Murdoch is a media mogul with substantial worldwide influence via his huge portfolio of media interests.
James Murdoch is the heir-apparent to the throne of the Murdoch dynasty.
Rebekah Brooks enjoyed a meteoric 20 year rise within News International which was eventually curtailed by her involvement in the phone-hacking scandal.
News International chief executive Rebekah Brook's resignation statement.
News Corporation chief executive James Murdoch's statement on the resignation of News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks.
All politicians have lessons to learn from their relationship with Rupert Murdoch and should "come out and speak the truth without fear and favour", Ed Miliband has said.