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Leveson inquiry: Ian Hislop, Alan Rusbridger, James Harding appear

Full coverage as the Private Eye, Guardian and Times editors appear at the inquiry into media standards and phone hacking. By Josh Halliday, Jason Deans and Lisa O'Carroll

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News of the World phone-hacking scandal – Monday 11 July 2011

BSkyB decision referred to Competition Commission
• News International targeted Gordon Brown
• Charles and Camilla warned about hacking
• NoW 'paid officers' for details of royal family
• Cameron under pressure over Coulson

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News of the World phone hacking: Reaction to the MPs' verdict

The House of Commons culture select committee has accused News International executives of 'collective amnesia' over phone hacking at the News of the World. Here are the details of the case, reaction and ramifications

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The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen

The madness of an autumn prairie cold front coming through. You could feel it: something terrible was going to happen. The sun low in the sky, a minor light, a cooling star. Gust after gust of disorder. Trees restless, temperatures falling, the whole northern religion of things coming to an end. No children in the yards here. Shadows lengthened on yellowing zoysia. Red oaks and pin oaks and swamp white oaks rained acorns on houses with no mortgage. Storm windows shuddered in the empty bedrooms. And the drone and hiccup of a clothes dryer, the nasal contention of a leaf blower, the ripening of local apples in a paper bag, the smell of the gasoline with which Alfred Lambert had cleaned the paintbrush from his morning painting of the wicker love seat.

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The Paymaster by Tom Bower (II)

Robinson was unfazed by the scanty scrutiny of Innocenti's accounts conducted by Leyland's financial controllers, which included himself. Innocenti was his opportunity, to emulate other graduates from the IRC, to rank among Britain's industrial Titans. He assumed that his informal 'American-style' manner and socialist principles would win converts among the workers, and that his managerial flair would resolve Innocenti's financial predicament. After eight years of subordination since Yale, he intended to behave like a king. Settling into a furnished apart-ment in the Via Cusani without his wife and child, he adopted an unorthodox lifestyle. Most evenings he spent eating, drinking and night clubbing. Often, Paolo Caccamo, the factory's technical director and the only Italian appointed to the board of directors, carried his employer home only to discover, the following morning, the same man drinking whisky in his office and even stepping slightly drunk into the production area.

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News of the World phone hacking: Reaction to the MPs' verdict

The House of Commons culture select committee has accused News International executives of 'collective amnesia' over phone hacking at the News of the World. Here are the details of the case, reaction and ramifications

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Leveson inquiry: Ian Hislop, Alan Rusbridger, James Harding appear

Full coverage as the Private Eye, Guardian and Times editors appear at the inquiry into media standards and phone hacking. By Josh Halliday, Jason Deans and Lisa O'Carroll

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David versus Goliath

July 2: Freelance journalists last week celebrated their court victory against the New York Times, writes Jane Martinson.

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