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They said sorry and offered compensation into some but for news international phone hacking scandal isn’t going away. Today many want to know the apology didn’t come sooner and the police investigation continue to deaf into the sauger. In the statement, they said news international has decided to approach some civil litigants with an unreserved apology and an admission of liability in cases meeting specific critieria. It is now apparent that our previous inquiries failed to uncover important evidence and we acknowledge our actions not sufficiently robust. Lawyers from news international announcing dealing with compensation schemes to justifiable claims. And there are*** only covers cases from 2004 to 2006 and paper that finds claims likes merits. It is understood that eight people annoying line for payment including**** and an assistant work for **
News international announcement yesterday is now opened for flagate, they put their hands on. So apart from eight people, ***those of others were coming out. So many people are being hacked, not by news international but by other newspapers. Only in this week, ** was newspaper chief reporter**was arrested. They are released on police bail.** yard continues cifitigance thousands of documents. This latest admission raises questions how far the criminals charges can stretch. What is important is for individual, broke the law to held account. If police can help approve the people has committed criminal offences, we should see more people going to prison. John Presco is among those calling from ** a bee’ sky bee, national parent group until the police can stop their investigation. There happens to be a split reaction to yesterday apology, the cynical were questioning the timing, other victims**
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They have said sorry and offered compensation to some, but for News International, the phone hacking scandal isn't going away. Today, many want to know why the apology didn't come sooner as police investigation continued to delve into the sogger.

In this statement, they said News International has decided to approach some civil litigants with an unreserved apology and an admission of livability in cases meeting specific criteria. It's now apparent that our previous inquiries failed to uncover important evidence that we acknowledge our actions then were not sufficiently robust.

Lawyers for News International are now dealing with the compensation scheme to settle justifiable claims. But there are caveat that only cover cases from 2004 to 2006, and the paper says they will fight any claim it believes lacks merit.

It's understood that at least eight people are now in line for a payment. Included in those eight, are Tessa Jowell, Sienna Miller, Andy Gray and an assistant who worked for John Prescott and Max Clifford.

News International's annoucement yesterday has now opened up the flood gates. They put their hands on. So apart from the eight people named to be looking to get vast amount of money in compensation, those of others will now come out. Because so many people I spoke to believe that phones have been hacked, not by News International, many of them are by the newspapers.

Only this week, Ian Edmondson, the paper's former news editor and Neville Thurlbeck, his chief reporter, were arrested. They've now been released on police bail. As the team of Scotland Yard continues to sift again through thousands of documents, this latest admission raises question about how far criminal charges could stretch.

I think what it is important is for individuals who broke the law to be held to account, if the police can prove that people have committed criminal offences, then we should be seeing more people go to prison.

John Prescott is among those calling for the take over of BSkyB by News International's parent group News Co to be halted until police have concluded their investigation. There's about to be a split reaction to yesterday's apology. A cynical will question the timing and motive, other victims may be slowly mellowed. Either way, it's not the end of the story.
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They said sorry and offered compensation to some. But for News International, the phone hacking scandal isn’t going away. Today many want to know why the apology didn’t come sooner. This Police investigation continues to delve into the saga.

In the statement they said, News International has decided to approach some civil litigants with unreserved apology and admission of liability in cases meeting specific criteria. It’s now apparent that our previous inquiries failed to uncover important evidence. We acknowledge our actions then were not sufficiently robust. The lawyers for News International are now dealing with the compensation scheme to settle justifiable claims.

But there are caveats say it only covers cases from 2004-2006. And the paper says they’ll fight any claims it believes lacks merit.

It’s understood that at least 8 people are now in line for payments included in those 8 are Tessie Joe, Sienna Miller, Andy Grey and an assistant who works for John Prescott and Max Clifford.

“News International announcement yesterday says I opened up the flag gates. I put that hand up. So apart from the 8 people name to what we are looking to get vast sum of money in compensation, loads of others now come out, because so many people I spoken to believe their phones have been hacked not by News International, many of them, but by other newspapers.”

Only this week, Ian Edivensen, the former news editor and Neil Failback, his chief reporter were all arrested. They have now been released on Police bail. As the team of Scotland Yard continue to sift against through thousands of documents. This latest admission raises questions about how far criminal charges could stretch.

“I think what it is important is for individuals who broke the law to be held account. If the police can prove that people have committed criminal offenses, then we should be seeing more people go into prison.”

John Prescott is among those calling for the takeover of Be-sky-Be by News International’s parent group- News Call to be halted by until police have concluded their investigation. These bounds to be a split reaction to yesterday’s apology. The senior court will question the timing and motive. Other victims may be slightly mellows. Either way, it’s not the end of the story.
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They’ve said sorry and offered compensation to some, but for News international the phone hacking scandal isn’t going away. Today, many want to know why an apology didn’t come soon as police’s investigation continues to delve into the saga.

In the statement, they said News International has decided to approach some civil litigants with an unreserved apology and admission of liability in case of meeting specific criteria. It’s now apparent that our previous enquiries failed to uncover important evidence. We acknowledge our actions then were not sufficiently robust. Lawyers for News International are now dealing with the compensation scheme to settle justifiable clients, but there are caveats said only covered cases from 2004 to 2006, and the paper says they will find any claims police believes lacks merit.

It’s understood that at least eight people are now in line for a payment included in those eight Tecy John, Sienna Miller, Andy Gray, and assistants who worked for John Prescott and Max Clifford.

News International’s announcement yesterday is now opened up a flood gates. They put their hands up. So apart from the eight people named who would be looking to get vast sums of money in compensation, loads of others will now come out, because so many people I spoke to believed their phones being hacked, not by News International, many of them but by other news papers.

Early this week, Ian Edmondson, the paper’s former news editor, and Neville Thurlbeck, his chief reporter, were arrested. They’ve now been released on police bail. As the team of Scolin Yard continue to sift again through thousands of documents, this latest admission raises questions about how far criminal charges could stretch.

I think what it is important is for individuals who broke the law to be helped to account. If police can approve criminal offences, then we should be sending more people go to prison.

John Prescott is among those calling for a takeover of BSkyB by News International’s parent group News Call to be halted until police have concluded their investigation.

There is bound to be a split reaction to yesterday’s apology. The cynical will question the time and the motive. Other victims may be slightly mellowed. Either way, it’s not the end of the story.

[Homework]2011-04-17 手机窃听门

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They've said sorry and offered compensation to some,but for news national the phone hacking scandal isn't going away.Today many want to know why the apology didn't come sooner as police investiation continues to delve into the sogger.

In a statement,they said news international has decided to approch some civil litigants with an unreserved apology and an admission of liability in cases meeting specific criteria. It's now apparent that our previous inquiries failed to uncover important evidence and we acknowlodge our actions,then were not sufficiently robust.

Lawyers for news international are now dealing with the compensation scheme to settle justifiable claims,but there are  who only covered cases from 2004 to 2006,and the paper says they'll find any claim it believes lacks merit.It's understood that at least 8 people are now in line for a payment included in those 8 are Tea ci,antigreade and a system who works for JP and Max C.

News internationals annoucement yesterday has now opened up the flood gates,they put their hands on,so apart from the 8 people named to be looking to get evolve money in compensation.Loads of others will now come out, because so many people I spoke into believe that funds to be hacked ,not by news international many of them by other newspapers.

Only this week,Em ,the papers former news editor,and never failed back is chief reporter were arrested .They've now been released on police bail.

As the team continue to sit again through thousands of documents.This latest admission raises a question about how far  criminal charges could strech.

I think what it is important is for individuals who broke the law to be held to account if the police can approve the people have committed criminal offences,then we should be seeing more peole go to prison.

John is among those calling for the take-over of a   by news international to be halted until police have concluded that investigation.This is bound to be explict reaction to yesterday's apology.The cynical will question a timing a motive,other big teams maybe slightly mellow, either way, it's not the end of the story.
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They've said sorry and offered compensation to some,but for news international the phone hacking scandal isn't going away.Today many want to know why the apology didn't come sooner as police investiation continues to delve into the sogger.

In a statement,they said news international has decided to approch some civil litigants with an unreserved apology and an admission of liability in cases meeting specific criteria. It's now apparent that our previous inquiries failed to uncover important evidence and we acknowlodge our actions,then were not sufficiently robust.

Lawyers for news international are now dealing with the compensation scheme to settle justifiable claims,but there are carvia  who only covered cases from 2004 to 2006,and the paper says they'll find any claim it believes lacks merit.It's understood that at least 8 people are now in line for a payment included in those 8 are Tea ci,antigreade and a assisdant who works for JP and Max Clifit.

News internationals annoucement yesterday has now opened up the flood gates,they put their hands on,so apart from the 8 people named to be looking to get evolve money in compensation.Loads of others will now come out, because so many people I spoke into believe that funds to be hacked ,not by news international many of them by other newspapers.

Only this week,in the papers former news editor,and never failed back is chief reporter were arrested .They've now been released on police bail.

As the team continue to sit again through thousands of documents.This latest admission raises a question about how far  criminal charges could strech.

I think what it is important is for individuals who broke the law to be held to account if the police can prove the people have committed criminal offences,then we should be seeing more peole go to prison.

John is among those calling for the take-over of a   by news international to be halted until police have concluded that investigation.This is bound to be explict reaction to yesterday's apology.The cynical will question a timing a motive,other big teams maybe slightly mellow, either way, it's not the end of the story.
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They've said sorry and offered compensation to some but for News International the phone-hacking scandle isn't going away. Today many want to know why the apology didn't come sooner as the police investigation continues to delve into the soga. In the statement they said News International had decided to approach some s** with unreserved apology and adimission of liability. This is meeting specific criteria. It is apparent that our previous inquiries failed to uncover important evidence and we acknowledge our actions, then were not sufficiently robust.

Lawyers for News International are now dealing with a compensation scheme to settle justfiable claims. But there are Cavier, said only cover cases from 2004 to 2006. Paper says now fight any claim that believes lacks merit.

It's understood that at least eight people are now in line for a payment. Included in those eight are Tessy Jao, Seane Miller and an assisstant who worked for John** and Max*.

News International's announcement yesterday is now opened up to flat gates.Put their hands up. So apart from the eight people named who would be looking to get a large sum of money in compensation, loads of others are now coming out. Because a lot of people I've spoken to believe their phones have been hacked, not by News International, many of them, but by other newspapers.

Only this week, Ein Edwinson, the paper's form news editor, and **, his chief reporter were arrested.They've now released on police bail. As the team Scotland Yard continues to sift again through thousands of documents, this latest admission raises questions about how far criminal charges could stretch.
I think what it is important is for individuals who broke the law to be held to account if the police can prove that people have committed criminal affences, then we should be seeing more people go to prison.

John*, is among those calling for the takeover of bees-* by News International's parent group News call to be halted until police have concluded their investigation.This bound to be a split reaction to yesterday's apology. The cynical will question a timing emotive. Other big teams may be slightly mellowed, either way, it's not the end of the story.

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[Homework]2011-04-17 手机窃听门

They've said sorry and offered compensation to some,but for news international the phone hacking scandal isn't going away.Today,many want to know why the apology didn't come sooner as police investigation continues to delve into the saga.
In the statement,they said news international has decided to approach some of civil litigants within an unreserved apology and an adimission of liability in cases meeting specific criteria.It's now apparent that our previous inquiries fail to uncover important evidence and we acknowlege all actions then were not sufficiently robust.
Lawyers for news international are now dealing with compensation scheme to settle justifiable claims.But there are *** said only covers cases from 2004 to 2006,and the paper says they'll fight any claim it believes lacks merit. It's undertood that at least 8 people are now in line for a payment,included in those 8 are ***** an assistant who worked for *** and ***.
News international's announcement yesterday is now opened up the flood gates. They put their hand on,so a part from the 8 people name to be looking to get vast sums of money in compensation.Loads of others will now come out because so many people I spoken to believe their phones've been hacked,not by News International,many of them,by other the news paper.
Only this week,Ian Edmondson,the paper's former news editor and Thurlbeck,his chief reporter,were arrested.They've now been released on police bail.As the team continue to sift again through thousands of documents,this latest mission raises questions about how far criminal charges could stretch.
I think what it is important is befor individuals who broke the law to be held to account,if the police can prove that people have committed criminal offenses,then we should be seeing more people go to prison.
John is among those calling for the takeover of BskyB buying news international's parent group news call to be halted until police have concluded their investigation.There is bound to be explicit reaction to yesterday's apology,the cynical will question the timing and motive,other victims may be slightly mellowed,either way is not the end of the story.




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     They sent sorry and offered compensation to some, but for News International the phone hakened scandal isn't going away. Today, many want to know why the appology didn't come sooner, as the police investigation continues to dolve into the sogul.
     In the statement, they said 'News International has decided to approach some civil litigants with an unreserved appology and an admission of liability in cases meeting specific criteria. It is now apparent that our previous inquires failed to uncover important evidence and we acknowledge our actions then we were not sufficient robust.'
     Lawyers for News International are now dealing with compensation scheme to settle justifiable claims, but there are Caviya said it only covered cases from 2004 to 2006, and papers says they find any claims they believe likes married.
     It is understood that at least 8 people allowing lie for payment included  in those 8 are: Telsy Joe, Sienna Miller, Enty Gray and the assistant who worked for John Prescott and Max Cliffit.
     ' News International announcement yesterday is now opened out the flight gates, they put their hands on, so apart from the 8 people, name to be looking to get vast sum of money in compensation, those of others now come out because so many people have spoken to believe their phones have been hacked, not by News International, many of them are by other Newspapers.'

     Only this week, Ill Edmenson, the paper's former news editor, and never failed backis cheer for Porter were arrested. Pave now has been released on police bail.
     It is payment scott yard continue to surftigan through thousands of document, this latest admission writes questions about how far criminal charges could strech. 'I think what it is improtant is for individuals  who broke the law to be held to account, if the police can approve that people have commited criminal defenses,  we should be seeing more peopel should go to prison.'
    John Prescott is among those calling for the takeover of bills guide be by News International's parent group News call to be haulted untill police have concluded their investigation.
     There is bond to be a split reaction to yesterday's appology, the Scinicol will question the timing and motive, other victims may be slight melows. By the way, it is not the end of the story.
     
     

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They've said sorry and offered compensation to some ,but for news international,the phone-hacking scandal isn't going away.Today many want to know why an apology didn't come sooner,but police investigation continues to delve into the saga.

In a statement they said news international has decided to approach some civil litigants with an unreserved apology and an adimission of liability in cases meeting specific criteria.It's now apparent that our previous inquries fail to uncover important evidence and we acknowledge our actions then was not sufficiently robust.

Lawyers for news international are now dealing with a compensation scheme to settle justifiable claims,but there are caveat said  they only cover cases from 2004-2006 and the paper says they'll fight any claim it believes lacks merit.

It's understood that at least 8 people are now in line for payment included in those 8 are Tessa Jowell,Sienna Miller,Andy Grey,an assistant who worked for John Prescott and Max Clifford.

News internationals' announcement yesterday has now opened up the floodgate.They put their hands up,so apart from the 8 people named who we looking to get involved of some money in compensation,loads of others will now come out.Because so many I spoke into believed their phones had been hacked, not by news international,many of them,but by the newspapers.

Only this week,Ian Edmondson,the paper's former news editor,and Neville Thurlbeck,his chief reporter,were arrested now be released on police bail.As the team in Scotland not continue to sift again through thousands of documents,its latest admission raises questions about how far criminal charges could stretch.

I think what it is important is for individuals who broke the law to be held to account if the police can approve that people have commited criminal offences,then we should be seeing more people go to prison.

John Prescott is among those calling for the takeover of BSkyB by news internationals' parent group News Call to be halted until police has concluded their investigation. There is bound to be explicit reaction to yesterday's apology,the cynical will question the timing and the motive,other victims may be slightly mellowed.Either way,it's not the end of the story.
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They've said sorry and offered compensation to some, but for News International the phone-hacking scandal isn't going away. Today many want to know why the apology didn't come sooner as police investigation continues to delve into the saga.

In a statement, they said News International has decided to approach some civil litigants with an unreserved apology and an admission of liability in cases meeting specific criteria. It’s now apparent that our previous inquiries failed to uncover important evidence and we acknowledge our actions then were not sufficiently robust.

Lawyers for News International are now dealing with the compensation scheme to settle justifiable claims, but there are caveats said it only covers cases from 2004 to 2006 and the paper says they'll fight any claim it believes lacks merit. It's understood that at least 8 people are now in line for a payment, included in those eight, are Tessie Jowell, Sienna Miller; Andy Gray and the assistants who worked for John Prescott and Max Clifford.

"News Internationals' announcement yesterday has now opened up the floodgate. They put their hands up, so apart from the 8 people named who will be looking to get vast sums of some money in compensation, loads of others will now come out. Because so many people I have spoken to believed their phones had been hacked, not by News International, many of them but by other newspapers."

Only this week, Ian Edmondson, the paper's former news editor, and Neville Thurlbeck ,his chief reporter, were arrested have now been released on police bail. As the team in Scotland Yard continue to sift again through thousands of documents, this latest admission raises questions about how far criminal charges could stretch.

"I think what it is important is for individuals who broke the law to be held to account if the police can prove that people have committed criminal offences, then we should be seeing more people go to prison."

John Prescott  is among those calling for the takeover of BSkyB by news internationals' parent group News Call to be halted until police have concluded their investigation. There is bound to be a split reaction to yesterday's apology, the cynical will question the timing and / motive, other victims may be slightly mellowed. Either way, it’s not the end of the story.
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They've said sorry and offered compensation to some but for news international, the phone hacking scandal isn't going away. Today many want to know why the apology didn't come sooner. This police investigaion continue to delve into the selga. In it's statement they said news international has decided to approach somme civil letigant* with an unreserved apology and admission of liability in cases of meeting specific criteria. It's now apparent that our previous inquires failed to uncover important evidence with knowledge or action then will not sufficiently ru*.
Lawyers for news international are now dealing with compensation scheme to settle justifiable claim, but there are caviors that don't cover case from 2004 to 2006, and the paper said they would fight any claim that believes like merit. It's understood that at least 8 people are now in line for a payment and included in those 8, are T. S. Andy Gray and assistant who works for J. Prescot and Mass Clefit.
Those international announcement yesterday are now opened up for ..case, they put their hands on, so apart from the 8 people name to looking for money for compensation, loads of others will now come out because so many people are spoken to policy that their phones have been hacked, not by news international, many of them are by other newspapers.
Only this week, E . news editor and chief reporter were arrested, and they've now been released on police bell. As the team in Scotland in the art continued to safety* through thousands of documents, this latest admission raised the question about how far criminal charges could stretch.
I think what is important is for individuals who broke the law to be held to account if the policy can prove that people have committed criminal affences, then we should be seeing more people go to prison
John Prescot is among those calling for the takeover of BskyB buying news internationals parent group news call to be halted until policy has concluded their investigation. There's bound to be a split reaction to yesterday's apology, a synical will question the timing and motive, other victims maybe slightly melows*. Eitherway,it's not the end of the story.

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they have said sorry and offer a compensation to some but for new international phone hacking scandal is not going away today many want to know why an apologize did not come sooner the police investgation continue to delve into the saga in a statement they said new international has decided to approach some civil litigants with an unreserved apologize and admission of liability in cases meeting specific criteria it is now apparent that our previous inquiring failed to uncover important evidence we acknowledge our action then were not sufficiently robust lawyer for new international are now dealing with compensation scheme to settle justifiable claims but there are caveats say it only cover cases from 2004 to 2006 and the paper says they will fighter any claim believe lack merits it is understood that at least 8 people are now in line for payment included those eight are T and assistant who worked for j and m  new international announcement yesterday it is now open up floodgate they put their hands on so apart from the 8 people names who will be looking to get vast sum of money in compensation load of other will now come out because some many people are outspoken to believe that their phone have been hacked not by new international many of them by other new papers only this week I the paper former new editor and N  his chief of report were arrested they have been now released on police bail as the team in scotland yard continue to sift again through thousand of documents this latest admission raise quetion how far criminail charge could stretch i think what it is important is for individuals who broke the law to be held to account if the police can prove the people have committed criminal offences then we should be senting more people go to prison J is among those calling for the taken over of bskye b by news international parent group new corp to be hatled until the police have concluded their inverstgation there is bound to be a split reaction to yesterday's apology the cynical will question the timing and motive other victims may be slightly mellow either way it is not end of the story     
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