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  1. U.K. 2013 in Review: Royal Baby, 'Star Wars,' New BBC Boss and Phone-Hacking Trial

    1:01 am 12/30/2013

    Production incentives, a studio capacity crunch, ITV acquisitions and John Malone's deal for Britain's largest cable operator also drew headlines during a busy year for the U.K. media and entertainment industry. Read more

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  2. U.K. Group Backed by Hugh Grant Caused Damage in Press Reform Talks, Politician Says

    2:52 am 12/19/2013

    J.K. Rowling, John Cleese and other celebrities have also supported changes to newspaper regulation proposed by Hacked Off.Read more

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  3. J.K. Rowling, John Cleese, Directors Support New U.K. Press Self-Regulation

    4:47 am 11/29/2013

    Michael Apted, Stephen Daldry, Terry Gilliam, singer Bryan Adams and author Helen Fielding also support a system proposed a year ago in the final Leveson Inquiry report.Read more

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  4. U.K. Court: Phone Hacking Cases Against Trinity Mirror Can Go Ahead

    3:34 pm 11/6/2013

    While hacking cases have focused on allegations against the shuttered "News of the World," the publisher of the "Daily Mirror" now also faces litigation.Read more

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  5. Hacking Trial: Prosecution Outlines Obstruction of Justice Allegations

    7:59 am 11/4/2013

    UPDATED: The London court hears that during a mission believed to have focused on keeping evidence from police, a famous line from the 1968 movie "Where Eagles Dare" with Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood was quoted.Read more

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  6. Hacking Trial: Prosecution Discusses Prince Harry, Other Celebrity Stories

    7:33 am 11/1/2013

    The prosecution says former "News of the World" editor Andy Coulson told a senior editor to "do his phone," in reference to a subject of a planned story.Read more

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  7. Hacking Trial: Prosecution Reveals Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson Affair

    9:07 am 10/31/2013

    Andrew Edis says he didn't want to invade their privacy, but argued the affair of at least six years was proof of how much they trusted each other. Read more

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  8. Hacking Trial: Prosecution Makes Opening Statement

    8:14 am 10/30/2013

    UPDATED: Andrew Edis said four people have already pleaded guilty to hacking charges and argued former "News of the World" editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson must have known about the practice.Read more

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  9. Hacking Trial: Prosecution Opening Statement Set for Wednesday

    8:45 am 10/29/2013

    UPDATED: The criminal trial against Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson and six others continued Tuesday with the selection and swearing in of a jury and legal arguments.Read more

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  10. Hacking Trial: Jury Selection Begins

    6:46 am 10/28/2013

    The criminal proceedings against Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson and six others kicked off in London on Monday with administrative issues. Read more

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