Thursday, September 2, 2010
The Guardian has picked up a New York Times investigative report on allegations of phone hacking and other improper activities linked to Andy Colson, now media advisor to the British Prime Minister, but formerly editor at News of the World. Some of this information has already surfaced, with the trial and conviction of Clive Goodman, former royal editor at the News of the World. But apparently more staff at NOTW may have been involved, and hacking may have extended to more of the elite than just the royal family. The Times' original story here.