This video from Britain says about itself:
Leveson: Phone hacking ‘routine’ at The Sun
19 December 2011
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Friday 29th April 2016
But Mr Justice Mann has allowed the claims to proceed, saying four claimants could amend their cases to include the daily newspaper for the first time.
Two of those claims are among a number scheduled for a trial in July.
Up to 50 new claims against NGN, many of which will now include allegations of hacking at The Sun, are soon to be issued.
NGN is a subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch’s News UK.
A NEW statutory inquiry into relations between the media and police, known as Leveson part two, was rejected by MPs today by just nine votes. Labour former leader Ed Miliband led moves to amend the Data Protection Bill to establish a statutory inquiry dubbed Leveson 2, but this was defeated by 304 votes to 295, with the majority of nine. Mr Miliband tweeted: “Very disappointed for the victims of phone-hacking and press abuse that we did not win the vote for Leveson 2: here.