Milly Dowler police who failed to investigate phone hacking claims in 2002 are let off with a warning

Senior Surrey police officers suffered 'collective amnesia' over hacking of Milly Dowler’s phone… but got let off with 'words of advice' despite failing to actIPCC finds Surrey's senior officers knew of crime in 2002 but ignored it 'Senior officers appear to have been afflicted by a form of collective amnesia'Craig Denholm and Maria Woodall were accused of knowing for a decade Lack of evidence means that misconduct charges against them are droppedBut Surrey Police still take 'management action' against the serving officers /11/03/article-2227215-005799A400000258-131_634x891.jpg” width=”634″ height=”891″ alt=”Tributes: Craig Denholm (left) stands with Bob and Sally Dowler, Milly's parents, who said because her voicemail messages disappeared they believed she was alive – in fact her her phone had been hacked” class=”blkBorder” /> Tributes: Craig Denholm (left) stands with Bob and Sally Dowler, Milly's parents, who said because her voicemail messages disappeared they believed she was alive – in fact her her phone had been hacked Mr Denholm was disciplined by Surrey for failing to 'assess material sent to him' and Ms Woodall for not 'making the connection between the convictions for phone-hacking in 2007 and the events of 2002'.

Rebekah Brooks was given 11m pay-off from News Corp after phone-hacking scandal, official documents reveal

Rebekah Brooks was given 11m pay-off from News Corp after phone-hacking scandal, official documents revealFormer News International chief executive was forced to quit at the height of the phone hacking scandalNI Group accounts reveal 10.852million 'compensation for loss of office'She will also have legal costs covered in two court cases, over alleged payments to public officials and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice Firm gave 2million to the family of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler whose phone was hacked Editor of The Times, owned by Murdoch, resigns | UPDATED: 01:43 GMT, 13 December 2012 Rebekah Brooks received 10.8million after resigning as chief executive of News International Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks walked away with almost 11million when she resigned at the height of the phone-hacking scandal. Her pay-off when she quit as chief executive of News International last year was initially believed to be 3.5million, then reportedly 7million.

Leveson Inquiry report: Cameron leads the fight for liberty

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Cameron leads the fight for liberty | UPDATED: 10:12 GMT, 30 November 2012 Let the Mail say at once that Lord Justice Leveson, though sometimes let down by sloppy researchers, has approached his impossibly wide brief in a fine spirit of public service. To the best of his abilities, he has tried to be fair and keep his patience, while tackling issues over which passions have inevitably run high. To his credit, too, he has avowed his belief in the central importance to democracy of a free Press, accepting the former can’t exist without the latter

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Cameron leads the fight for liberty

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Cameron leads the fight for liberty | UPDATED: 22:30 GMT, 29 November 2012 Let the Mail say at once that Lord Justice Leveson, though sometimes let down by sloppy researchers, has approached his impossibly wide brief in a fine spirit of public service. To the best of his abilities, he has tried to be fair and keep his patience, while tackling issues over which passions have inevitably run high. To his credit, too, he has avowed his belief in the central importance to democracy of a free Press, accepting the former can’t exist without the latter.