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Lord Prescott told of new phone hacking evidence

The Metropolitan Police has told the former Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Prescott, that they have "significant new evidence" that his phone messages were hacked in to.

Scotland Yard says it is now contacting all potential victims to show them what evidence they have.

Tom Symonds's report contains a reconstruction of some of the police investigation.

  • 10 Feb 2011
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