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News Int Hits Back Over Phone Hack Claims


News International, the publisher of the News of the World, has denied allegations it allowed journalists to hack into people's mobile phone accounts to obtain stories. Sky's crime correspondent Martin Brunt reports.

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Actors, politicians, sports stars and other celebrities are thought to be considering suing the News of the World for hacking into their mobile phones. Legal action could amount to millions of pounds in damages, Mark Steven represents two who believe they were targeted.

“I think people are going to be looking for settlements with a significant amount of money, we’ve seen with the Max Mosley case that invasion of privacy, now attracting significant amounts of money in terms of damages. And so once you add legal cost to that ,we are gonna be talking in the couple of hundred thousand per person making a claim, and that’s going to be a large amount of money. ”

Two football legends, Sir Alex Ferguson and  Alan Shearer , are the latest said to have been bugged in messages left with Gordon Taylor, the Players' Union Boss, He was paid 700,000 pounds by the paper in the secret civil case settlement. Dozens more victims who sue successfully could cost the paper owners ,News International, much more.

The Guardian Newspaper claimed evidence of widespread hacking was uncovered during the case of News of the World, the royal editor Clive Goodman, he was jailed with a private investigator two years ago. The director of public prosecutions is reviewing the police evidence that didn’t lead to charges against other staff of the paper.

The police have ruled out reopening the Clive Goodman case, but they are two new investigations by MPs' Committee and the Press Complaints Commission, they are asking once again who else knew what Clive Goodman was up to.

Did Andy Coulson know? he was Clive Goodman’s editor, he said he didn’t, but he took responsibility and quit. He’s now the Tory Party’s chief media advisor. The Lib Dem Chris Huhne accused Scotland Yard of neglect of duty in ruling out too quickly a reopening of the case. He is asking the Independent Police Complaints Commission to investigate .

“Given the scale and scope of the allegations,” he said. “the possibility that other journalists and investigators were involved must now be seriously considered.”

But News International strongly denied any other journalists had acted illegally, in a letter to the MPs' Media Watchdog Committee,the company’s new chief executive Rebecca Wade wrote:“the Guardian coverage, we believe, has substantially and likely deliberately misled the British public. ”.The company insisted that it and its staff would be exonerated by any new investigation.

Martin Brunt, Sky News. Scotland Yard.

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Actors, politicians, sport stars and other celebrities are thought to be considering suing the News of the World for hacking into their mobile phones. Legal action could amount to millions of pounds in damages, Mark Steven represents two who believe they were targeted.

“I think people are going to be looking for selfments with significant amount of money, we’ve seen within M.M. case, the vision of privacy, now attracting significant amount of money in terms of damages. And so once you at legal cause to that ,we are gonna be talking in their couple of hundred thousand per person making a claim, and that’s going to be a large amount of money. ”

To football legend, Alex Ferguson, of the latest said he had been bugged in messages left with Golden Tyler, the player in Union Boss, He was paid 700,000 pounds by the paper in the secret saver case settlement. Dozens more victims who sue successfully could cost the paper owners ,News International, much more.

Regarding newspaper claimed evidence of widespread hacking was uncovered during the case of News of the World, the royal editor Clive Goodman, he was jailed with the privating investigator two years ago, A director public prosecutions is reviewing the police evidence that didn’t need charges again other staff of the paper.

The police ruled out reopening the Clive Goodman case, but they are two new investigations by Peace committee and the Press Complaints commision, they are asking once again who else knew what Clive Goodman was up to.

Did Andy C. know? he was Clive Goodman’s editor, he said he didn’t, but he took responsibility and quit. He’s now the T. party’s chief media advisor. Lib dem Chris Huhne Scotland Yard of neglect duty in ruling out too quickly a reopening of the case. He is asking independent police complaints commision to investigate .

“Given the scale and scope of the allegations,” he said. “the possibility that other journalists and investigators were involved must now be seriously considered.”

But News International strongly denied any other journalists did that illegally, in the letter to the Mp’s media watchdog committee,the company’s new chief executive R.W. wrote:“the guardian coverage, we believe, has substantially and likely deliberately misled the British public. ”.The company insisted that it ended staff would be zoulerated by any new investigation.

Martin Brunt, Sky news. Scotland Yard.
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The Guardian Newspaper claimed evidence of widespread hacking was uncovered. During the case of the News of the World,/ editor / Goodman. He was jailed with a private investigator two years ago.

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"Given the scale and scope of the allegations," he said, "The possibility that other journalists and investigators were involved must now be seriously considered."

But News International strongly denied any other journalists had acted illegally. In a letter to the MP's media watchdog committee, the company's new chief executive Rebecca Wade wrote" The Guardian coverage, we believe, has substantially and likely deliberately misled the British public." The company insisted that it and its staff would be / by any investigation.
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Actors, politicians, sport stars and other celebrities are thought to be considering suing the News of the World for hacking into their mobile phones. Legal action could amount to millions of pounds in damages, Mark Steven represents two who believe they were targeted.

“I think people are going to be looking for settlements with a significant amount of money, we’ve seen within M.M. case, the vision of privacy, now attracting significant amount of money in terms of damages. And so once you at legal cause to that ,we are gonna be talking in their couple of hundred thousand per person making a claim, and that’s going to be a large amount of money. ”


To football legend, Alex Ferguson, of the latest said he had been bugged in messages left with Golden Tyler, the player in Union Boss, He was paid 700,000 pounds by the paper in the secret saver case settlement. Dozens more victims who sue successfully could cost the paper owners ,News International, much more.

Regarding newspaper claimed evidence of widespread hacking was uncovered during the case of News of the World, the royal editor Clive Goodman, he was jailed with the privating investigator two years ago, A director public prosecutions is reviewing the police evidence that didn’t need charges again other staff of the paper.

The police ruled out reopening the Clive Goodman case, but they are two new investigations by Peace committee and the Press Complaints commision, they are asking once again who else knew what Clive Goodman was up to.

Did Andy C. know? he was Clive Goodman’s editor, he said he didn’t, but he took responsibility and quit. He’s now the T. party’s chief media advisor. Lib dem Chris Huhne Scotland Yard of neglect duty in ruling out too quickly a reopening of the case. He is asking independent police complaints commision to investigate .

“Given the scale and scope of the allegations,” he said. “the possibility that other journalists and investigators were involved must now be seriously considered.”

But News International strongly denied any other journalists did that illegally, in the letter to the Mp’s media watchdog committee,the company’s new chief executive R.W. wrote:“the guardian coverage, we believe, has substantially and likely deliberately misled the British public. ”.The company insisted that it ended staff would be zoulerated by any new investigation.

Martin Brunt, Sky news. Scotland Yard.
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Actors, politicians, sport stars and other celebrities are thought to be considering suing the News of the World for hacking into their mobile phones. Legal action could amount to millions of pounds in damages, Mark Steven represents two who believe they were targeted.

“I think people are going to be looking for settlements with a significant amount of money, we’ve seen with the max mostly case that invasion of privacy, now attracting significant amounts of money in terms of damages. And so once you at legal cause to that ,we are gonna be talking in their couple of hundred thousand per person making a claim, and that’s going to be a large amount of money. ”


Two football legends, Alex Ferguson and  Alan Shearer , of the latest said they have been bugged in messages left with Gordon Taylor, the player's  Union Boss, He was paid 700,000 pounds by the paper in the secret civil case settlement. Dozens more victims who sue successfully could cost the paper owners ,News International, much more.

The Guardian Newspaper claimed that evidence of widespread hacking was uncovered during the case of News of the World, the royal editor Clive Goodman, he was jailed with the private investigator two years ago. The director of public prosecutions is reviewing the police evidence that didn’t lead to charges against other staff of the paper.

The police ruled out reopening the Clive Goodman case, but they are two new investigations by Peace committee and the Press Complaints commission, they are asking once again who else knew what Clive Goodman was up to.

Did Andy Coulson know? he was Clive Goodman’s editor, he said he didn’t, but he took responsibility and quit. He’s now the T. party’s chief media advisor. The Lib dem Chris Huhne Scotland Yard of neglect of duty in ruling out too quickly a reopening of the case. He is asking the independent police complaints commission to investigate .

“Given the scale and scope of the allegations,” he said. “the possibility that other journalists and investigators were involved must now be seriously considered.”

But News International strongly denied any other journalists said that they did legally, in a letter to the Mp’s media watchdog committee,the company’s new chief executive R.W. wrote:“the Guardian coverage, we believe, has substantially and likely deliberately misled the British public. ”.The company insisted that it ended staff would be zoulerated by any new investigation.

Martin Brunt, Sky news. Scotland Yard.
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Actors, politicians, sports stars and other celebrities are thought to be considering suing the News of the World for hacking into their mobile phones. Legal action could amount to millions of pounds in damages, Mark Steven represents two who believe they were targeted.

“I think people are going to be looking for settlements with a significant amount of money, we’ve seen with the Max Mosley case that invasion of privacy, now attracting significant amounts of money in terms of damages. And so once you add legal cost to that ,we are gonna be talking in the couple of hundred thousand per person making a claim, and that’s going to be a large amount of money. ”

Two football legends, Sir Alex Ferguson and  Alan Shearer , are the latest said to have been bugged in messages left with Gordon Taylor, the Players' Union Boss, He was paid 700,000 pounds by the paper in the secret civil case settlement. Dozens more victims who sue successfully could cost the paper owners ,News International, much more.

The Guardian Newspaper claimed / evidence of widespread hacking was uncovered during the case of News of the World, the royal editor Clive Goodman, he was jailed with a private investigator two years ago. The director of public prosecutions is reviewing the police evidence that didn’t lead to charges against other staff of the paper.

The police have ruled out reopening the Clive Goodman case, but they are two new investigations by MPs' Committee and the Press Complaints Commission, they are asking once again who else knew what Clive Goodman was up to.

Did Andy Coulson know? he was Clive Goodman’s editor, he said he didn’t, but he took responsibility and quit. He’s now the Tory Party’s chief media advisor. The Lib Dem Chris Huhne accused Scotland Yard of neglect of duty in ruling out too quickly a reopening of the case. He is asking the Independent Police Complaints Commission to investigate .

“Given the scale and scope of the allegations,” he said. “the possibility that other journalists and investigators were involved must now be seriously considered.”

But News International strongly denied any other journalists had acted illegally, in a letter to the MPs' Media Watchdog Committee,the company’s new chief executive Rebecca Wade wrote:“the Guardian coverage, we believe, has substantially and likely deliberately misled the British public. ”.The company insisted that it and its staff would be exonerated by any new investigation.

Martin Brunt, Sky News. Scotland Yard.
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Actors, politicians, sports stars and other celebrities are thought to be considering suing the news of the world for hacking into their mobile phones. Legal action could amount to millions of pounds in damages. Mark Steven, represents two who believe they were targeted, “I think people are going to be looking for settlements of significant amount of money, we’ve seen with the Mas…’s case, the invasions of privacy, now are attracting significant amounts of money in terms of damages, and so once you add legal cause to that, we are gonna be talking in the couple of  hundred thousand per person making a claim and that’s going to be a large amount of money.
  Two football legends, sir Alex Ferguson and  Alan Shearer, are the latest said to have been bugged in messages left with Gordan Taylor, the players’ union boss. He was paid 700,0000 pounds by the paper in a secret civil case settlement. Dozens more victims who sue successfully could cost the paper’s owners, news internationals, much more.  
  The Guardian newspaper, claimed evidence of widespread hacking was uncovered during the case of the news of the world, the royal editor, Clive Goodman, he was jailed with a privacy investigator two years ago.
  The director of the public prosecutions is reviewing the police’s evidence that didn’t lead to charges that against other staff of the paper.
   The police have ruled out reopening Clive Goodman’s case, but there are two new investigations by a peace committee and the press complains commission, they are asking once again who else knew what Clive Goodman was up to.
   Did Andy Coulson know? He was Clive Goodman’s editor, he said he didn’t but he took responsibility and quit. He is now the T…party’s chief media advisor. The Lib Dem… accused Scotland yard of neglect the duty in ruling out too quickly of reopening the case. He is asking the independent police complaints commission to investigate. “Given the scale and scope of the allegations,” he said, “the possibility that other journalists and investigators were involved must now be seriously considered.”
  But news international strongly denied any other journalists had acted legally. In a letter to the Mp’s watchdog committee, the company’s new chief executive was back away wrote, “The Guardian coverage, we believe, has substantially and likely deliberately misled the British public.”
  The company insisted that it and its staff would be exonerated by any new investigations.
  Martin Brunt, Sky News. Scotland Yard.
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