Parliament may be getting a new head of security in the wake of an attack on Rupert Murdoch.
Tony Blair's office was the subject of a torrent of questions today after reports emerged he was Rupert Murdoch's daughter's godfather.
A letter by former News of the World royal correspondent Clive Goodman has seemingly crippled News International's defence and dragged phone-hacking back into the front pages.
James Murdoch is likely to be recalled to parliament to address inconsistencies over his evidence to MPs, following new developments in the phone-hacking scandal.
Rupert Murdoch's foam pie attacker 'Jonnie Marbles' has been convicted of assault and causing harassment, alarm and distress.
Attempts to disprove the evidence given by Rupert and James Murdoch last week are seeing the phone-hacking scandal enter a new phase this week.
Vince Cable's claim comes after a newspaper report suggested the party was being 'bullied' over News International's bid to take over BSkyB.
The crystal meth of political scandals continues to claim more victims. Can even Ed Miliband's summer holiday kill it?
As the dust settles on the first stage of the phone-hacking scandal, politics.co.uk looks at what's happened to the key players.
Rupert Murdoch's bid to gain control of Australian pay TV operator Austar could be about to go the same way as his failed BSkyB deal.
The comedian who took public anger into his own hands by attacking Rupert Murdoch with an improvised custard pie has been charged by police.
Follow our live coverage of a historic day in parliament, as leading figures in the phone-hacking scandal face questions from MPs.
Criticise his attacker as much as you like, but today was a good day to fall in love with Murdoch's wife.
A man has tried to attack Rupert Murdoch at his appearance at the select committee hearing in parliament.
Rupert Murdoch has told a Commons committee that his appearance is the "most humble" day of his life.
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.
Rupert Murdoch's media empire must be broken up in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal, Ed Miliband has said.
Ed Miliband is reaping the benefits of his well-received stance on phone-hacking, according to the latest polls.
News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks has stepped down, finally bowing to intense pressure after another dramatic week.
Rebekah Brooks' resignation is part of a broader attempt by News Corp to save its UK holdings. It may not be any more successful than the botched PR disasters of the last fortnight.
Relatives of murdered teenager Milly Dowler will "forgive but not forget" Rupert Murdoch after meeting with the media mogul.
Allegations that victims of the 9/11 terror attacks had their mobile phones hacked have prompted an investigation by the FBI.
Rupert Murdoch has caved in with his battle with parliament and agreed to be questioned by MPs next Tuesday.
There are growing signs that Rupert Murdoch will not be able to limit the damage to his empire to just the UK, following reactions to phone-hacking in Australia and the US.