‘Andy Coulson voicemails to Charles Clarke’s aide allegedly hacked’
Scotland Yard is investigating the alleged hacking of voicemails left by Andy Coulson for the former Labour home secretary Charles Clarke.
‘Leveson inquiry: Jeremy Paxman, Andrew Marr, Lord Reid – live’
The Guardian provides live coverage of the BBC presenters and former home secretary.
‘Prince Albert sues Sunday Times for £300k damages’
Prince Albert of Monaco and his wife are suing The Sunday Times over a front page story headlined ‘The Full Filty Monte’.
‘Tom Watson: ‘Privacy commissioner’ needed for digital age’
Tom Watson said at the Leveson Inquiry yesterday that society had “not reached a settled view” on personal privacy matters and that there was a need for “a go-to organisation” to advise parliament on public opinion.
‘BSkyB to face no action over TV film monopoly’
BSkyB is to face no action from regulators after the Competition Commission decided that video on demand rivals such as LoveFilm and Netflix provide a vibrant market for consumers.