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Prime minister accepts report, but has "serious misgivings" over proposed law. David Cameron: 'No need for press law' Report recommends new self-regulation body, but backed by legislation. Leveson report: New regulation proposed Talking on the Tabloids gives Channel 4 one of its lowest primetime ratings of the year. Grant's C4 phone hacking doc draws 470k Report due as Rebekah Brooks and Andy News of the World back in court on payment charges. Leveson report due: Coalition 'split' Channel 4 is showing 2003 footage of Morgan discussing hacking with Charlotte Church. Piers Morgan 'hacking footage' to air Actor and campaigner joins Twitter ahead of publication of press ethics report. Hugh Grant joins Twitter for Leveson News of the World editor wins appeal against News Group Newspapers. Andy Coulson wins legal costs appeal But campaigners such as Hugh Grant say self-regulation has already failed. Leveson: MPs warn against press law Environment secretary urges against state regulation ahead of Leveson report. Leveson: State regulation 'slippery slope' Clive Goodman, Bettina Jordan Barber and John Kay  are also charged. Brooks, Coulson charged by Elveden cops A group of 42 Tory MPs and two peers write an open letter on the issue. Tory MPs want state in press regulation Trinity Mirror will reportedly be sued for the first time over phone hacking. Mirror papers face hacking legal claims The full extent of the former chief executive's severance package is revealed. Rebekah Brooks 'got £7m payoff from NI' The former features editor was sacked without notice pay in July 2011. News Int settles Matt Nixson dispute Met officers arrest a 61-year-old journalist and 58-year-old man this morning. Fresh arrests in computer hacking probe Ex-NOTW journalists hear that their trial will get under way in September 2013. Brooks, Coulson to face trial in 2013 Former NOTW editors to appear at Old Bailey to face charges of alleged hacking. Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson in court The 30-year-old is arrested in the investigation into breaches of privacy. Journalist arrested in Operation Tuleta Former News International boss faces charges of alleged phone hacking. Rebekah Brooks appears in court Ex-NOTW legal adviser arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to intercept communications. Tom Crone arrested in phone hacking probe Bod Bird is detained by police investigating the Tommy Sheridan perjury case. Former 'NOTW Scotland' editor arrested Patrick Foster's arrest is thought to relate to unmasking of NightJack blogger. Times journalist computer hacking arrest Full list of up to 600 names to be released could include more Hollywood stars. More hacking victims 'to be revealed' Douglas Wright charged with perjury by Scottish police over Tommy Sheridan trial. Ex-NOTW journalist charged with perjury Andy Coulson and six others informed of next court date today by magistrates. Coulson to face Crown Court in September Six former NOTW journalists plus investigator Glenn Mulcaire due in court. Andy Coulson due in court over hacking Rupert Murdoch says review will be "forward-looking" to improve compliance. News Corp launches anti-corruption review Church says media giant has not brought "sufficient change" since hacking affair. Church of England sells News Corp shares Rebekah Brooks will appear at Westminster Magistrates Court on September 3. Rebekah Brooks formally charged Former Downing Street communications chief to fight hacking charges against him. Andy Coulson: Allegations simply untrue Ex-NOTW editor calls charges relating to Milly Dowler "particularly distressing". Rebekah Brooks: 'I am not guilty' Two ex-News of the World editors among eight people to be charged over hacking. Brooks, Coulson charged with phone hacking Officers from Operation Tuleta detain unnamed man at 6.30am in North London. Sun journalist held over computer hacking A 55-year-old man is arrested today by police investigating phone hacking. Man held in computer hacking probe Media mogul says anyone taking notice of former Sunday Times editor is an "idiot". Rupert Murdoch slams Andrew Neil Two men, including Mirror reporter Justin Penrose, held in dawn raids by police. 'Sunday Mirror' journalist arrested today Ex-News of the World journalists to hear whether they will face trial. Phone hacking: CPS to decide on cases MPs say that all UK private investigators should be licensed or registered. 'Shady' private eyes 'should be regulated' A 26-year-old held on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. Man arrested in phone hacking probe Rupert Murdoch to chair both companies, and act as CEO of the entertainment firm. News Corp confirms that it will split