#AceUKNews – LONDON – April 16 – (BBC) – Andy Coulson has revealed for the first time that he did listen to private voicemail messages relating to former home secretary David Blunkett. 201 more words
Tags » David Blunkett
Day 92, Part 1: Andy Coulson listened to tapes of hacked phone messages from a Cabinet minister to his lover, believed they were gross intrusions into their privacy, but decided to publish a story based on them anyway, because he felt it was in the public interest and he did not know that phone hacking was illegal, he told a jury today.
Policy & Politics Annual Lecture 2014: Bringing Politics Alive: Engaging the Disengaged in the 21st Century
On 27th March 2014 David Blunkett MP visited the University of Bristol to give the annual Policy & Politics lecture. To get a flavour of what was a fascinating evening, take a look at the… 40 more words
Phone Hacking Trial: Brooks unable to recall how The Sun established Blunkett story - Martin Hickman
Day 64, Part 2: Rebekah Brooks was unable today to remember how The Sun established the identity of Home Secretary David Blunkett’s lover hours after the News of the World being edited by her close friend Andy Coulson revealed the relationship.
What right do journalist have to decide on morals? The more I hear from Rebekah Brooks, the more annoyed I get
So Rebekah Brooks ‘fell out’ with her lover Andy Coulson when, as editor of the News of the World he didn’t forewarn her, as editor of the sister newspaper, about an exclusive story about an alleged affair David Beckham had. 367 more words