Former News of the World editor and Number 10 director of communications Andy Coulson is jailed for 18 months for conspiracy to hack phones.
Former NoW journalists Andy Coulson and Clive Goodman are to face a retrial on a charge they bought royal telephone directories from police officers.
A judge rebukes David Cameron for commenting on the conviction of Andy Coulson while the phone hacking trial was still going on.
Features and analysis
The affair at the heart of Fleet Street which ended in the dock
Why did hacking case take so long to crack?
All the allegations against journalists are not yet resolved
David Blunkett on how hacking led him to brink of breakdown
The tabloid with a department of criminality
The documents which placed phone hacking at the heart of the News of the World
The saga of a scandal from the tabloids' hey-day
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Where a journalist or private investigator poses as someone else to obtain personal information without consent. Read more
How police and security services pinpoint a phone by monitoring which signal masts it is using and triangulating its location. Read more