For the first time since launching its probe into British tabloids’ bribery and phonehacking practices more than a year ago, Scotland Yard has arrested a reporter not employed by Rupert Murdoch, reports The Guardian.
The 37-year-old former Daily Mirror reporter under investigation for bribery was not identified but is said to be Greig Box Turnbull, who currently works in communications for Westminster City Council. Two non-journalists were arrested as part of the same probe.
In other phonehacking news, the U.K. Supreme Court ruled that Glenn Mulcaire—the former News of the World private investigator and the keystone of the phonehacking scandal—must tell a civil claimant which editor told him to hack subjects’ voicemails, reports The Wall Street Journal.
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