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Celebrity pair receive substantial damages from News Group Newspapers. Barrymore, Ifans settle phone hack claims Former NOTW editor Clive Goodman appears in court over phone-hacking, Kate Middleton phone 'hacked 155 times' Newspaper's former royal editor Clive Goodman claims princess sent him contacts. Diana 'gave royal phone book to NoW' The 28-year-old recalls interviewing Piers Morgan about press intrusion. Charlotte Church: Piers was such a prick Tony Blair urged Rebekah Brooks to set up a "Hutton-style" inquiry. Blair advised Brooks on hacking crisis His spokesperson confirms the meeting with Operation Weeting officers. Piers Morgan 'questioned under caution' Actor appears at the Old Bailey to discuss the ongoing phone hacking scandal. Jude Law: 'Press knew my secret plans' Trinity Mirror says that it is taking allegations of wrongdoing "seriously". Sunday Mirror confirms phone-hacking probe "The splash in the Sunday Times ensured our joint prosecution," he claims. Huhne blames Murdoch press for downfall Evans faces five charges under Operations Weeting and Elveden. 'NOTW' Dan Evans charged over hacking Media tycoon is recalled by the culture committee. Rupert Murdoch to appear again before MPs Claims inquiry into corrupt payments by journalists was "over next to nothing". Murdoch slams police in secret recording Eunice Huthart claims she was the victim of phone hacking by News Corp. Jolie stunt double sues News Corp Nick Parker is accused of paying £1,750 for information. 'Sun' journalist charged over payments The former David Cameron aide is accused of phone hacking and paying officials. Andy Coulson pleads not guilty Neil and Christine Hamilton also settle a lawsuit against News of the World. Leslie, Goody estate win hacking damages The former executive editor was arrested in January 2012. Ex-'Sun' editor faces conspiracy charge He was arrested under Operation Elveden and bailed 14 months ago. 'Sun' crime editor investigation dropped An ex-police officer and prison officer sold information to the tabloid. Two jailed for selling info to 'The Sun' Geoff Webster charged over alleged payments totalling £8k to public officials. Sun deputy editor charged over payments The underpinning clause is drafted by Hacked Off's legal adviser. Parties agree press regulation law Labour's Harriet Harman says that a deal has been reached after overnight talks. Press regulation deal 'agreed by parties' Harry Potter author criticises David Cameron over his press regulation stance. JK Rowling: Cameron's hung us out to dry Actor criticises the PM's proposals, saying he chose to "stay cosy" with press. Hugh Grant: PM wrong on press charter Hacked Off accuses the prime minister of protecting his press friends. PM 'betraying victims of phone hacking' David Cameron will ask members to vote for a royal charter model. Leveson vote in Commons next week The arrests are in connection with suspected conspiracy to intercept voicemail. Mirror journalists arrested over hacking CPS says no "realistic prospect of conviction" of the former NOTW journalist. Neil Wallis to face no hacking charges Officers say arrests relate to new suspected hacking conspiracy from 2005/06. Phone hacking: Six journalists arrested TV presenter among 17 NOTW phone hacking claims settled today at the high court. Kerry Katona settles hacking claim Virginia Wheeler and ex-Met officer charged over alleged corrupt payments. The Sun journalist charged over payments Met Police detective April Casburn is first conviction under Operation Elveden. Detective offered NOTW info for cash News International agrees to settle 130 claims of News of the World phone hacking. News International agrees hacking payouts Actor accepts "substantial sum" from Murdoch group following phone-hacking. Hugh Grant settles over phone hacking Jamie Theakston, Jeff Brazier and Robbie Williams ex Lisa Brash agree payouts. Theakston settles phone hacking claim Judge says he wants to prevent "mob rule" on the internet and "trial by Twitter". Lord Leveson wants internet privacy law Harry Potter author says she feels "duped" by David Cameron over Leveson. Rowling angry at Cameron over Leveson Gerry McCann and Christopher Jefferies launch petition demanding press regulation. Leveson: Victims petition for press law Gerry McCann says report did not go far enough, but at least should be enacted. Cameron accused over 'press law' stance Prime minister accepts report, but has "serious misgivings" over proposed law. David Cameron: 'No need for press law'