Reports: Security Guards Needed for Former Editor

    File photo dated 21/06/2011 of News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks who said today she was "appalled and shocked" by allegations that a private investigator working for the News of the World hacked into schoolgirl Milly Dowler's phone after she went missing.

    Lewis Whyld, Press Assocation / AP Phot

    Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks was flanked by security guards as she left the News International building in Wapping, witnesses told the Daily Telegraph Thursday. More than 200 staff reacted with anger to the news that the paper was closing, and sub-editors of the paper’s sister publication, The Sun, walked out in protest. Labor minister Ed Miliband said Thursday night that he spoke to Rupert Murdoch two weeks ago, but did not bring up the phone-hacking conversations, while other ministers complained about Prime Minister David Cameron’s relationship with former editor Andy Coulson. Meanwhile, the shuttering of  News of the World likely spells the end of the career of Colin Myler, the current editor of the tabloid who took over in 2007.

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