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Leveson Inquiry in full - module 1

Full coverage of the first module of formal hearings at the Leveson Inquiry on media ethics and press regulation.

Hearings for the second module, which began on 27 February, can be found here.

Hearings for the week in which newspaper proprietors were questioned can be found here.

Hearings for the week beginning Wednesday 9 May can be found here. Click here for latest news and analysis.

9 February 2012: Heather Mills, Max Clifford and Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre
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Heather Mills, News of the World news editor Ian Edmondson, and the NUJ's Michelle Stanistreet gave evidence to the inquiry during the morning session

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Max Clifford and the Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre answered questions at the afternoon session of the Leveson Inquiry's 40th day

8 February 2012: Paul Staines, from Guido Fawkes blog and Keir Starmer, Director of Public Prosecutions
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The inquiry heard from witnesses including Carla Buzasi, from the Huffington Post

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Paul Staines, from the Guido Fawkes blog, and Keir Starmer, the director of public prosecutions, both appeared during the afternoon session

7 February 2012: Baroness Buscombe, James Harding, editor of The Times and Dominic Mohan, editor of the Sun
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Baroness Buscombe was one of a number of witnesses who appeared before the inquiry

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Evidence from the editor of the Sun, Dominic Mohan and the editor of The Times, James Harding

6 February 2012: Metropolitan Police and Paul Dacre
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The day's proceedings began with evidence from DAC Sue Akers from the Metropolitan Police

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The Daily Mail's editor Paul Dacre gave evidence to the inquiry during the afternoon session. There is no sound on the video for the first 56 seconds

2 February 2012: Mobile phone industry, and Baroness Hollins
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The morning session heard evidence from the mobile phone industry

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Baroness Hollins, the mother of Abigail Witchalls, gave evidence to the inquiry

1 February 2012
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Evidence from representatives of Ofcom

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Evidence from representatives of Ofcom and the Advertising Standards Agency

31 January 2012: Sir Christopher Meyer, Lord Grade and Lord Hunt