Clive Goodman

Peter Wright was wrong to have stayed silent about his staff being hacked

Roy Greenslade on why the Mail on Sunday editor's defence for his actions is so flawed

Roy Greenslade

12, Aug, 2014 @4:16 PM

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Leveson warns Metropolitan police it faces criticism
Letter from Leveson follows claims that Scotland Yard failed to fully investigate criminal practices at News International titles

Vikram Dodd

28, Nov, 2012 @8:14 PM

Piers Morgan, the ex-editor who once enjoyed talking about hacking

Roy Greenslade recalls the occasions when the former Daily Mirror editor explained how to listen in to voicemail messages

24, Oct, 2012 @12:38 PM

Hacking book: from the Wild West of the 1980s to voicemail interception

Roy Greenslade presents the concluding part of his afterword, published in the second and updated edition of The phone-hacking scandal: journalism on trial

Roy Greenslade

04, Sep, 2012 @9:39 AM

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James Murdoch: questions to answer
BSkyB, Brown and the BBC: phone-hacking scandal has thrown a web of allegations around the Murdochs and News Corp

Nick Davies

23, Apr, 2012 @8:37 PM

Hacking book: negotiating News International's ethical minefield

Roy Greenslade's latest extract from The phone hacking scandal: journalism on trial is taken from a chapter by one of the book's editors, John Mair

Roy Greenslade

26, Mar, 2012 @7:00 AM

Hacking book: Coulson barely put a foot wrong in Downing Street

Roy Greenslade: In today's instalment from The phone hacking scandal: journalism on trial, Nick Jones traces Andy Coulson's PR career

Roy Greenslade

15, Mar, 2012 @10:48 AM

Hacking book: how we fooled tabloids into running false celebrity stories

Roy Greenslade presents a fifth extract from the book The phone hacking scandal: journalism on trial. This one is by documentary film maker Chris Atkins

Roy Greenslade

10, Mar, 2012 @11:05 AM

Hacking book - The Guardian's five-year struggle to reveal the truth

Roy Greenslade: This third extract relates the diary of events that led to the exposure of News International's false 'rogue reporter' defence

Roy Greenslade

08, Mar, 2012 @9:37 AM

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Leveson inquiry: police feared attack in News of the World office
Officers who seized material during the phone-hacking raid were confronted by photographers and staff, hearing told

Lisa O'Carroll

29, Feb, 2012 @8:29 PM

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Phone hacking: six News of the World staff instructed Mulcaire, papers allege
Court documents submitted on behalf of hacking victims allege 'conspiracy' between private investigator and senior executives. By Lisa O'Carroll and David Leigh

Lisa O'Carroll and David Leigh

28, Feb, 2012 @12:03 PM

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Phone hacking: lawyer knew 'rogue reporter' defence was untrue in 2008

Farrer & Co partner Julian Pike tells Leveson inquiry he knew the 'rogue reporter' defence was wrong three years ago. By James Robinson

James Robinson

13, Dec, 2011 @3:29 PM

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