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'The Sun' to offer free online news again

Rupert Murdoch owned top-selling British tabloid 'The Sun' has done a U-turn on its policy by scrapping its paywall and offering most of its website content for free.

UK "fake sheikh" reporter charged with conspiracy to pervert justice

 Mazher Mahmood, a British journalist whose undercover work posing as a "fake sheikh" led to a number of high-profile criminal court cases, was charged on Tuesday with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

Ex-tabloid editor Rebekah Brooks returns as News Corp UK chief

British ex-editor Rebekah Brooks, the fiery redhead who resigned over a tabloid phone-hacking scandal, will return to Rupert Murdoch`s News Corp as head of its UK division, the company said on Wednesday.

Ex-NOTW editor Rebekah Brooks may rejoin Murdoch empire: FT

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corp is believed to be in talks with former 'News of the World' editor Rebekah Brooks for her return as chief of its UK division four years after she had quit amid the phone-hacking scandal, a newspaper reported.

Murdoch protegee Brooks cleared of all hacking charges in UK trial

Both were former editors of Murdoch`s News of the World, the 168-year-old tabloid the media mogul closed in July 2011.

Rebekah Brooks pleads not guilty to phone hacking-related charges

Former News International chief Rebekah Brooks has pleaded not guilty to conspiring into phone hacking, pervert course of justice and unlawfully pay officials.

Former NOTW editor Rebekah Brooks in court on bribery charges

Brooks, 44, and Coulson, 45, both former editors of the now-defunct Sunday newspaper, are faced with bribery charges.

Rebekah Brooks received £11m pay-off after quitting NOTW

Rebekah Brooks, former editor of the now-defunct British tabloid News of the World British, was given 11million pounds pay-off when she resigned at the height of the phone-hacking scandal, it has emerged.

Rebekah Brooks formally charged, to appear in court in Sept

Rupert Murdoch's top executive Rebekah Brooks has been formally charged over phone hacking and will appear in court next month, Scotland Yard has said.

Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson face hacking charge

Media baron Rupert Murdoch's top executive Rebekah Brooks and Premier David Cameron's former aide Andy Coulson, were on Tuesday charged along with six others for criminal conspiracy to hack into phones of individuals, including top celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

Former Murdoch aide Rebekah Brooks gets bail

A former editor of the now-defunct tabloid News of the World, Brooks is top most former Murdoch aide to face charges in the phone hacking scandal.

Brooks charged with perjury along with husband, 4 others

Brooks and her racehorse trainer husband Charles Brooks - neighbours and good friends of Prime Minister David Cameron - in Oxfordshire - are among seven people associated with Murdoch's News International who were arrested earlier.

Has Murdoch`s bad apple spoiled the barrel?

The concerns were always similar: is Murdoch a "fit and proper" owner of quality newspapers, and can a news empire that mixes sensationalist tabloids, TV stations and high-brow publications really work?