Britain: Labour frontbenchers called on Prime Minister David Cameron and his most senior colleagues today to come clean over their dealings with News International: here.
The former managing editor of the News of the World was arrested today on suspicion of phone hacking and inappropriate payments to police: here.
Civil-service union PCS leader Mark Serwotka called today for the release of comedian and activist Jonathan May-Bowles, who was jailed for throwing a foam pie in the face of Rupert Murdoch: here.
Former British intelligence officer Ian Hurst said he was shown evidence that his emails were intercepted and later faxed to the News of the World’s Dublin office: here.
When he worked at The Times, Robert Fisk witnessed the curious working practices of the paper’s proprietor, Rupert Murdoch. Despite their jocular exchanges, the writer knew he couldn’t stay: here.
Alex Salmond accused of pandering to Rupert Murdoch: here.
USA: Frank Rich: Murdoch and O’Reilly are ‘Thugs’: here.
Michael Wolff on the state of the Murdoch empire and its Mob-like structure: here.
61-year-old man arrested in connection with phone hacking is believed to be ex-News of the World editor Greg Miskiw: here.
Murdoch’s sins go way beyond the hacking scandal: here.
British Victorian sensational journalism: here.