Hacking Trial Live Tweets – 7 May

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Wednesday 7 May 2014

Justice Saunders explains the proceedings for the day
Medical Reports expected on Clive Goodman
The Prosecution Present Admissions for Rebekah Brooks
Further evidence on Rebekah Brooks
The Prosecution Closing Statement Begins
Anthony Edis QC introduces his Closing Statement
The Prosecution Case on Count 1
The Prosecution Case on Count 5
The Prosecution Case on Count 7
The Prosecution goes over the chronology of Phone Hacking
Glen Mulcaire’s Payments
The Recruitment of Dan Evans
Goodman’s Arrest
The Events leading to the Closure of the News of the World
Archived Boxes
Max Clifford’s Settlement and Email deletion

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Hacking Trial Live Tweets – 29 Apr

Tuesday 29 April 2014

The Cross-Examination of Andy Coulson Continues
The Prosecution questions Coulson further on Phone Hacking
Dan Evans hacking of Daniel Craig
Clive Goodman and Royal Stories
Justice Saunders informs the Jury of Clive Goodmans health
Clive Goodman’s continued evidence will be delayed
Further Cross-Examination of Andy Coulson
The Prosecution questions Coulson on Hacking of Royal Aides
Coulson’s phone rings in the dock
The Calum Best Story
Justice Saunders explains remainder of the trial
Coulson questioned on the Arrests of Goodman and Mulcaire

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Hacking Trial Live Tweets – 22 Apr

Tuesday 22 April 2014

The Defence of Andy Coulson Continues
Counsel for Andy Coulson is asked about Dan Evans
The Sienna Miller voicemail message
The Jude Law, Sienna Miller Daniel Craig story
Attending the Labour Party Conference
Other sources of the Law, Miller, Craig story
Coulson question about Greg Miskiw
The hacking of Coulson’s phone
Coulson asked about Clive Goodman
The Blackadder Column
Coulson relationship with Goodman becomes frustrating
Goodman’s promotion on 2001
Paying for Green Books
Royal Phone Hacking
Goodman moved to report to News Desk
The Alexander Project
Royal Palace Phone Book
Prince Harry’s Exam

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Hacking Trial Live Tweets – 16 Apr

Wednesday 16 April 2014

The Defence of Andy Coulson Continues
Counsel for Andy Coulson asks him about The Blunkett Affair
Thurlbeck speaks to Coulson about Voicemail messgaes
Coulson decides to speak to David Blunkett
Coulson’s meeting with Blunkett
Coulson conversations with Huw Evans
Coulson asked about other Hacking Vicitims
More questions on David Blunkett
Coulson questioned on Charles Clarke
The Calum Best Story and the “Do his phone” emial

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Hacking Trial Live Tweets – 5 Mar

Wednesday 5 March 2014

Rebekah Brooks Defence continues
Brooks questioned by David Spens QC – Counsel for Clive Goodman
Brooks questioned by Neil Saunders QC – Counsel for Charlie Brooks
Brooks questioned by William Clegg QC – Counsel for Mark Hanna
Rebekah Brooks Cross Examination by the Prosecution
Brooks questioned by Anthony Edis QC for the Crown

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Hacking Trial Live Tweets – 3 Mar

Monday 3 March 2014

Rebekah Brooks Defence covers more evidence on Count 1 – Hacking
Brooks becomes CEO of News International
Gordon Taylor’s Civil Action
Glen Mulcaire Contracts
Max Clifford Civil Action
Mulcaire Legal Order to name other Victims
Rebekah Brooks Defence moves onto Count 5 and 6 – Concealing Evidence
Brooks question on Email Deletion
The emails that Closed the News of the World
Offices Swept
Arrests and Desk Clearing

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Hundreds of hacking calls made from ‘private wire’ inside NI HQ, jury told | Hacked Off

Hundreds of hacking calls were made from a “private wire” inside News International’s headquarters, the Old Bailey heard today.

Among those whose voicemails were accessed from the “generic” phone link at Wapping in east London were Katie Price, Tessa Jowell, celebrity PR advisor Alan Edwards and three Mail on Sunday journalists – Sebastian Hamilton, Dennis Rice and Laura Collins, the hacking trial was told.

Princes William and Harry’s private secretary, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, alone was called 416 times during a nine-month period, the court heard.

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