As Britain’s press inquiry intensifies, James Murdoch denies reading a key email, writes Brian Cathcart.
As the Leveson inquiry exposes the sins of Murdoch’s News of the World, Brian Cathcart asks whether we’re witnessing the end of Britain’s tawdry tabloid culture.
Testimony suggesting he knowingly paid money to cover up illegal activity puts him in deep trouble. By Brian Cathcart
Brian Cathcart reports on the stunning scope of the News of the World phone-hacking scandal.
Private eye Glenn Mulcaire is being pushed into the spotlight by a lawsuit that wants him to name names. By Brian Cathcart.
Former NoTW editor says phone hacking was widely discussed in senior editorial meetings, and that his bosses offered to buy his silence.
Pressure is mounting on the CNN host to disclose what he knew about phone hacking.
Rupert Murdoch’s heir apparent looks like the phone-hacking scandal’s next victim, says Brian Cathcart.
New facts about payments to an investigator and a soccer exec damn the young Murdoch, says Brian Cathcart.