British Prime Minister David Cameron`s former communications chief Andy Coulson who has been convicted in a high-profile phone hacking case at Rupert Murdoch`s now defunct tabloid `News of the World`, was today charged with three counts of perjury by a Scottish court.
British Prime Minister David Cameron`s former media chief Andy Coulson was jailed for 18 months on Friday for being complicit in industrial scale phone-hacking by journalists at the Rupert Murdoch tabloid he edited.
British Prime Minister David Cameron`s former communications chief Andy Coulson is to face a retrial on charges of conspiracy to bribe public officials in the phone-hacking trial, prosecutors said on Monday.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron apologised to parliament today for hiring former tabloid editor Andy Coulson who has just been convicted of phone hacking but the British leader faced fresh embarrassment as the judge rebuked him for speaking out about the case.
The trial of British Prime Minister David Cameron`s former communications chief Andy Coulson ended Wednesday as the jury failed to reach majority verdict on two remaining counts that he conspired to commit misconduct in public office by paying public officials for royal phone books.
British Prime Minister David Cameron was braced Wednesday for difficult questions over his decision to hire Andy Coulson as his media chief, as the former News of the World editor convicted of phone hacking awaited a verdict on other charges.
Former Rupert Murdoch confidante Rebekah Brooks was cleared of all charges while former News of the World editor Andy Coulson was convicted of plotting to hack phones in a dramatic end to Britain`s marathon media trial on Tuesday.
A journalist told Britain`s phone hacking trial that Rupert Murdoch`s News of the World tabloid routinely eavesdropped on celebrities` voicemail messages and editor Andy Coulson "knew exactly what was going on".
Former News of the World editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson were having an affair for much of the time they were allegedly involved in phone hacking at the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid, a London court heard.