By Rachel Davies, Transparency International UK This afternoon the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Paul Stephenson, has confirmed that documents supplied to the police contain evidence that journalists working for the News of the World made ‘inappropriate payments’ to police officers in exchange for information. This is the latest development in the phone hacking scandal which […]
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