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# Milly Dowler

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Levi Bellfield admits killing British teen Milly Dowler
Despite his conviction for the girl’s murder, this is the first time he has ever admitted it to police.
Ex-policeman who leaked Milly Dowler information to The Sun has been jailed
Simon Quinn, 43, will serve 18 months in prison.
Watch live: Leveson inquiry hears evidence from David Cameron
The inquiry set up in the wake of the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World continues to receive witness testimony today.
Watch: Journalists give evidence to Leveson inquiry
The inquiry set up in the wake of the News of the World hacking scandal continues to receive witness testimonies today.
Column: Call them red-tops if you want – but we still need popular journalism
Tabloid misbehaviour is an easy target for complaints – but popular news is essential to our society, writes John O’Sullivan.
Hacking: new details raise questions over Milly Dowler hacking story
The judge heading the inquiry into media ethics in the UK has called for clarification of the matter as the long running phone hacking saga took another twist today.
The Daily Fix: Monday
Catch up on the day’s biggest stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…
Hugh Grant names new publication in phone hacking inquiry
Meanwhile, Twitter commentary on today’s hearings were distracted for a time by a #womanontheleft…
Dowlers believed murdered daughter Milly was still alive after phone hacking
The mother of the murdered teenager told the Leveson Inquiry today that she believed it was her daughter who had been deleting voice messages from her phone.
The Daily Fix: Friday
In tonight’s Fix: meets the presidential candidates; the latest from Libya; and why you should be VERY careful while shopping for wine.
Murdoch to pay £2 million to Dowler family
News International has agreed to pay £2 million pounds to the family of the murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler, and to donate a further £1 million to charities chosen by the family.
Murdoch family to come under pressure at News Corp AGM
Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch and sons will likely face the ire of shareholders angry over the company’s association with the phone hacking scandal in the UK.
Milly Dowler's family offered £3m settlement by News International
The sum is one of the largest settlements ever considered by a news organisation – and reflects how the News of the World interfered with a police investigation and gave the Dowler family false hope that the schoolgirl was still alive.
News International close to settlement with Dowler family
The family of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler has reportedly been offered a £2m-plus compensation settlement by News International.
Milly Dowler detective taken off case after complaints over leak
Fellow officer complained about detective’s conduct, Surrey Police have said.
Rupert Murdoch signs public apology public over phone-hacking
A full-page advert in all of today’s British papers says sorry for the “serious wrongdoing that occurred” at NotW.
Murdoch apologises to Dowler family
A “humbled” Rupert Murdoch met with the family of the murdered schoolgirl to offer his apologies – however the phone-hacking scandal is far from over.
Timeline: News of the World hacking scandal
As Rebekah Brooks bows to pressure to resign, take a look back at events leading up to the scandal…
How the press is reporting the end of the World
A gallery of today’s front pages from Britain and Ireland. No prizes for guessing what gets the biggest billing…
Warnings of potential Irish victims of NOTW phone hacking
Meanwhile, UK police have contacted a lawyer involved in Lady Diana’s inquest to warn him over possible voicemail hacking.
Did the Irish News of the World make use of info taken from hacked phones?
Journalist who worked on Irish edition in 1990s says they were “well schooled in the grey arts” of rooting out stories.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
NOTW phone hacking controversy, Dáil protests over bailout troika and hospital cuts, and your guide to Oxegen. These and more in today’s Fix:
Police to investigate alleged payments to officers by NOTW
British police say they will investigate whether officers received payment from the newspaper in exchange for information.
Companies begin to pull ads from NOTW
Advertising is under threat at the News of the World newspaper in the wake of the new hacking revelations.
Families of 7/7 victims 'had their phones hacked'
Yet more people have been added to the list of individuals suspected of having their phones hacked by private investigator Glenn Mulcaire.
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
In today’s Fix: DSK maid to sue over ‘prostitute’ claims; women advised to “floss for fertility”; and one quick way to rescue a kitten from a pipe.
Milly Dowler family to sue over phone hacking as investigation widens
The families of two young girls murdered by Ian Huntley in 2002 have also been contacted by police investigating the News of the World phone scandal.
News of the World to be quizzed by police
It is being reported today that newspaper executives will be questioned about the hacking into of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler’s mobile phone.
Milly Dowler jury dismissed while deliberating attempted abduction
Judge blamed “deplorable” media reports after yesterday’s conviction for jury discharge on accusation of attempted abduction of second schoolgirl.
Double murderer convicted of killing English schoolgirl Milly Dowler
Dowler, 13, disappeared as she walked home from school in March 2002.