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On a close inspection, Deacon can be heard playing the wrong notes in some bass parts, and May can also be heard laughing at the end of the song. In 2009/2010, further revelations emerged on the extent of the phone hacking, and how it was common knowledge within the News of the World and its News International parent. On social networking site Twitter, staff spoke of the 'very emotional' atmosphere in the newsroom as the paper was put to bed for the last time. The last edition of News of the World newspaper goes on sale alongside other British Sunday newspapers in London Published May 18, 2013 at 3500 × 2329 in The last edition of News of the World newspaper goes on sale alongside other British Sunday newspapers in London. It marked the dramatic end of the Sunday tabloid following the decision by publisher News International to close the newspaper in the wake of the phone hacking allegations.

Reorganised into News International, a subsidiary of News Corporation, the newspaper was transformed into a tabloid in 1984 and became the Sunday sister paper of The Sun. Ms Brooks, a former editor of the paper, has remained defiant as the scandal engulfing the tabloid gathered pace in recent weeks.

A reporter who contributed to the story spent an evening at the exclusive London club Blaise's, where a member of the Rolling Stones allegedly took several Benzedrine tablets, displayed a piece of hashish and invited his companions back to his flat for a "smoke". The first article targeted Donovan (who was raided and charged soon after); the second installment (published on 5 February) targeted the Rolling Stones. Pedestrian killed after bus smashes into them at London station this morning as police launch investigation.

in which conservative editor William Rees-Mogg surprised his readers by his unusually critical discourse on the sentencing, pointing out that Jagger had been treated far more harshly for a minor first offense than "any purely anonymous young man".

It was announced on 7 July 2011 that, after 168 years in print, [12] the newspaper would print its final edition on 10 July 2011 following revelations of the ongoing phone hacking scandal, with the loss of 200 jobs.

The newspaper's final edition consists of a 48-page pullout and promises its readers that profits from its sale will go to charity. To get the latest media news to your desktop or mobile, follow MediaGuardian on Twitter at http://twitter.It was the climax of an emotional day at the Sunday tabloid's Wapping headquarters and came as News Corporation boss Rupert Murdoch prepared to fly to the UK to deal personally with the swiftly unfolding phone hacking crisis which brought the paper to its knees. The aircraft, identified as an Iranian Mohajer-6, represents the third such drone recently neutralised thanks to the valorous efforts of our courageous soldiers.

When I tell people why I am proud to be part of News Corporation, I say that our commitment to journalism and a free press is one of the things that sets us apart.From the boy with sonar vision to a man who hasn't slept for over 50 years - meet the people with real-life. Gregg Wallace reveals the 'troubling' realities of raising four-year-old son Sid who is autistic and. This success encouraged other similar newspapers, of which The Sunday People, the Daily Mail, the Daily Express and the Daily Mirror are still being published.

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