Are you concerned about the source of newspaper stories?
The Metropolitan Police's acting head has said a "full live investigation" is under way into claims of phone hacking at the News of the World. Should there be more restrictions on journalists?
Scotland Yard's decision to reopen the hacking investigation follows a News of the World internal inquiry that led to the sacking of its head of news, Ian Edmondson, on Tuesday.The force itself has also been criticised over its handling of the case.
A number of public figures have launched civil legal actions against both the News of the World (NoW) and the police amid allegations the practice of phone hacking was widespread.
Is it important to know how a newspaper gets its stories? Should journalists be allowed to pursue any story by any means if it is in the public interest? Are the phone hacking laws robust enough?
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