Lord Blair has said he believes corruption at the Met is likely to involve only a few junior officers.
Leveson Inquiry hear how News International refused to co-operate with original phone hacking investigation
Scotland Yard chiefs dined with media bosses to convince them Britain was at risk from terror attacks, a senior officer said
The defence editor of The Sun newspaper was arrested today on suspicion of paying public officials for information.
Virginia Wheeler, 32, appeared at a south London police station by appointment to answer questions related to evidence sent by News Corporation's management standards committee to Scotland Yard.
The News of the World ordered a journalist to get inside information from Scotland Yard's top counter-terrorism officer by "calling in all those bottles of champagne", the Leveson Inquiry heard today.
Former assistant commissioner John Yates admitted he "may well" have drunk champagne with crime reporter Lucy Panton, but denied that he did her favours in return.
A 32-year-old woman was arrested today by detectives investigating allegations of corrupt payments made by journalists to public officials.
The woman becomes the 23rd person to be arrested as part of Operation Elveden.
The Metropolitan Police operation is the result of information provided to police by News Corporation's management standards committee.
Former Assistant Commissioner Peter Clarke giving evidence to Leveson. @londontonight
Clarke gave a briefing to News International in Autumn 2004. Rupert Murdoch appeared, unexpectedly. @londontonight
Clarke "police exist to serve the public interest." @londontonight
He was the Assistant Commissioner in the London Metropolitan Police Service from 2006-2011.