Report: Former UK govt media chief meets police

By REUTERS
July 8, 2011 11:19

 
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LONDON - Andy Coulson, former editor of the News of the World newspaper, arrived at a London police station on Friday to face questioning over phone hacking, the Times newspaper reported in its online edition.

London's Metropolitan Police could not immediately confirm the report. Coulson quit as Prime Minister David Cameron's communications chief earlier this year after phone hacking allegations resurfaced.

He has denied any knowledge of the practice during his four years running the newspaper but took responsibility for what happened during his tenure.

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