Did reporters from News of the World impede a British police investigation? asks Charlotte Edwardes.
Charlotte Edwardes is an award-winning British journalist and writer. She has worked for the Daily Mail, The Times, and The Sunday Telegraph, among others, and has ghostwritten two books. She is researching a historical novel set in the British colony of Aden.
Rupert Murdoch pays compensation to 37 victims of phone hacking, writes Charlotte Edwardes in London.
Are the in-laws trying to cash in on their royal connections ahead of the jubilee? By Charlotte Edwardes.
At the inquiry into Britain’s media ethics, Kelvin MacKenzie scoffs at journalistic integrity, Charlotte Edwardes reports.
The dead girl has been named as Alisa Dmitrijeva, 17, of Latvia. But the cause of her death is a mystery.
How does the Princess Kate celebrate “the Big One”? In ’80s style, Charlotte Edwardes reports, karaoke and all.
Remains found at Sandringham may be one of two Eastern European women missing since August, reports Charlotte Edwardes.