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Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and her husband Charlie arrive at the Old Bailey courthouse in London last Friday. Photograph: Reuters/Stefan Wermuth

I asked Mike Nichols, the director of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal on Broadway, why love triangles have such a mythic hold on the imagination. “We’re born(...)

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson arrives at the Old Bailey courthouse in London today. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters

News Corp tabloids repeatedly hacked phones and paid bribes to get stories about Britain’s royal family, including one in which Prince Harry sought he(...)

Rebekah Brooks, former chief executive officer of News International, and her husband Charlie Brooks, right, arrive at the Old Bailey in London. Photograph: Matthew Lloyd /Bloomberg.

Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, two former editors of Rupert Murdoch’s now defunct News of the World tabloid, were having an affair at the time their(...)

Shane Smith: “I’m very excited to be back in Dublin and want to visit old haunts.”

Shane Smith used to work in the Baggot Inn in Dublin. Now he is worth $400 million (€290 million), has a pub in London, a loft in New York and a mount(...)

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson arrives at the Old Bailey courthouse in London today. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters.

The jury trying the editors of one of Rupert Murdoch’s former newspapers over phone hacking were told today that British justice itself would be on tr(...)

Plans on how to regulate the British press industry have been delayed until later this month after a difficult meeting of the key players rejected the(...)

Worked up: Met Éireann’s head of forecasting, Gerald Fleming, and the warming planet. Montage: Dearbhla Kelly/The Irish Times. Photographs: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times and Rob Atkins/Getty

Gerald Fleming is no placard-wielding radical. Met Éireann’s head of forecasting, who was famous for signing off his evening TV broadcasts with a wink(...)

Trinity Mirror said today it was being investigated by London’s Metropolitan police and it was too soon to say how the matter might progress.

British police are investigating whether Sunday Mirror newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror is criminally liable for alleged phone hacking by former jou(...)

Australian prime minister-elect Tony Abbott is surrounded by his family after acknowledging his victory in the election today. Photograph: Lisa Maree Williams-Pool/Getty Images

Australia’s conservative leader Tony Abbott has swept into office today in a landslide election as voters punished the outgoing Labor government for s(...)

An electoral officer at the Balmoral polling station puts together ballot boxes and voting booths at a small hall in Sydney today. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters

Millions of Australians voters will take to the polls on Saturday morning in an election which is expected to remove the Labor Party from power after (...)

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