From Guardian News & Media Ltd: Editors and executives at the News of the World - including Rebekah Brooks and AndyCoulson face an inquiry panel to defend themselves in the phone... - 11.07.2011, Newslook
20.01.2012 [The Guardian (blog)] - Former News of the World editor AndyCoulson has put his house up for sale, reports Guido Fawkes. The estate agent's asking price for the five-bedroomed Victorian detached house in south London is £1625000. On 21 December, Coulson lost his high court
19.01.2012 [Huffington Post UK (blog)] - Liam Fox, AndyCoulson... Christ, you should be the one telling me that! Captain: Do you realise that it is dark and we can't see anything? Cost Guard: So, what do you want to do, to go home, Osborne?! It's dark and you want to go home?
19.01.2012 [Telegraph.co.uk] - Rebekah Brooks, the former News International boss, and AndyCoulson, who was the News of the World editor, are reunited but forbidden from communicating. AndyCoulson, the former News of the World editor and Rebekah Brooks, who resigned as News
19.01.2012 [The Guardian] - Many of the settlements go back to the time when AndyCoulson, David Cameron's former spin doctor, edited the News of the World – between 2003 and his resignation in 2007, after former royal reporter Goodman was jailed for hacking phones belonging to
06.01.2012 [London Loves Business] - He's the late journalist that called time on AndyCoulson's claims of ignorance surrounding the News of the World hacking scandal. Hoare made fresh allegations against his former employer to the New York Times back in late 2010, revealing that Coulson
06.01.2012 [Register] - Suspects in the investigation have to date included former News International boss Rebekah Brooks and one-time editor of the NotW AndyCoulson. No charges have yet been brought against any of the individuals arrested by Scotland Yard officers in
01.01.2012 [Register] - Cameron's director of communications AndyCoulson, who had also served as a NotW editor, was also forced to resign and was arrested. He's now suing NotW's publisher, News International. With advertisers abandoning the aforementioned Sunday tabloid and