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Poll: Should the News of the World have been closed?
Is closure a fitting fate for bad behaviour – or does it distract from the wrongdoings of the newspaper’s staff?
Pressure mounts on Brooks over newspaper's 'ultimate sacrifice'
Staff at the News of the World believe their jobs have been cut simply to save the position of their former editor.
Relatives of Omagh victims may have been hacked by NOTW
Prime Minister David Cameron is to call a press conference on the hacking scandal today.
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…
Ex-David Cameron aide to be arrested over NOTW phone hacking: report
Andy Coulson, the former News of the World editor who served as the British prime minister’s director of communications, faces questioning.
The Daily Fix: Thursday
In today’s Fix: NOTW closes amidst phone hacking investigation; Leinster House blocks premium line calls; and what should you not miss at Oxegen 2011?
News of the World to close this Sunday
Paper’s last issue will be out this weekend.
In photos: The growing list of suspected newspaper phone hacking victims
From rock to royalty, here is a collection of the famous faces linked to the ongoing phone hacking scandal.
Tesco sitting on the fence over NOTW ads as News Corp shares fall
The share price News Corp and BSkyB fall after fears takeover bid will be blocked in response to the NOTW phone hacking allegations.
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.
SuperValu ‘monitoring the situation’ as Bulmer pulls News of the World ads
The number of companies which have announced they are pulling their advertising from the newspaper is growing.
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:
NOTW phone hacking: What News International and Rebekah Brooks are saying
Victims of alleged phone hacking have widened to include the parents of murdered children and families of 7/7 bombing victims.
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.
Third News of the World journalist arrested as part of phone hacking probe
James Weatherup has been arrested by police as they look likely to conduct further searches of the News of the World offices in London.
News of the World to apologise to some victims of phone hacking
Rupert Murdoch’s News International to issue “one of the most dramatic apologies in the history of Fleet Street”.