Six journalists arrested in brand new phone-hacking scandal
Such is the extent of the turmoil which British society now finds itself in that it's hard to tell where political scandals end and begin.
David Cameron agreed to produce a draft bill of the Leveson recommendations today, in a bid to demonstrate that the core proposal is "unworkable".
After months of waiting, Lord Justice Leveson's report has finally been published. Review our live coverage in which we assessed its contents - and the political reaction - this afternoon.
Rebekah Brooks told David Cameron his 2009 party conference speech brought her to tears twice, a newly published text message has revealed.
Rupert Murdoch has taken another step back from the British newspapers market this weekend.
Rupert Murdoch has blamed "one or two individuals" for not telling him about phone-hacking at the News of the World in his appearance at the Leveson inquiry.
Police have handed case files relating to 11 suspects in the phone-hacking investigation to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).
A damning report into the Metropolitan police's relationship with the press has dragged the phone-hacking row back into the spotlight.
Dick Fedorcio has avoided gross misconduct proceedings by resigning from his post as director of public affairs at the Metropolitan police, as the phone-hacking scandal claimed a new scalp.
Rebekah Brooks and her husband have reportedly been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
"Huge, dramatic and sensational" coverage of the Leveson inquiry could prevent ex-Sun editor Rebekah Brooks getting a fair trial, her solicitor has warned.
The one per cent don't just control the flow of money – they control an increasingly unreliable media as well.
David Cameron accomplished so little at the EU summit that he may as well have gone horse-rising instead, Ed Miliband joked today.
Boris Johnson's deputy dismissed the ongoing phone-hacking inquiry as a result of "hysteria" among politicians and the media, Sir Paul Stephenson has told the Leveson inquiry.
Week begins with new newspaper, ends with resignation. The saga of Murdoch's empire rumbles on.
David Cameron admitted he rode the infamous horse lent to Rebekah Brooks by the Met police today.
John Yates endured another bruising interrogation over his decision-making over phone-hacking today, when he appeared for a marathon session at the Leveson inquiry.
James Murdoch resigned as executive chairman of News International this afternoon, as the phone-hacking scandal claimed its most senior scalp yet.
Negative press coverage as a result of a story gained through phone-hacking cost Simon Hughes the Liberal Democrat leadership, he has claimed.
Boris Johnson has been accused of "political interference" in the police's phone-hacking investigation after saying officers should "move on".
Charlotte Church and her parents have won a £600,000 settlement over stories secured through phone-hacking claims by News Group Newspapers.
The first new Sunday newspaper to hit Britain for two decades rolled off the presses today, amid claims it would soon be hit by new revelations from the Leveson inquiry.
Rupert Murdoch dramatically intervened in the ongoing chaos at the Sun today with a promise to bring out a new Sunday newspaper.
Anger was growing at the Sun newspaper today, following the arrest of journalists and editors.