1. Booked

    Former News of the World Editor Arrested

    File photo dated 23/01/2011 of Andy Coulson, until recently David Cameron's director of communications, who was drawn further into the hacking row with claims that he had authorised payments to the police when he was editor of the News of the World.

    Lewis Whyld, Press Assocation / AP Photo

    Police arrested former News of the World editor Andy Coulson Friday and took him to a London police station, as scheduled. He was picked up by officers from Operation Weeting, the investigation into the phone-hacking scandal, and Operation Elveden, the investigation into the bribery of police officers for information. Coulson is expected to be bailed out, but his is the highest-profile arrest to date in the NOtW scandal. The arrest is also a blow to Prime Minister David Cameron, who hired Coulson as his director of communications, a move for which Cameron took responsibility Friday.

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