Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and her racehorse trainer husband Charlie have been bailed until a full hearing on 26th September.
The former News of the World editor is accused of removing boxes of material from the News International archive and trying to conceal documents, computers and other material from Operation Weeting, Scotland Yard's inquiry into the phone-hacking scandal.
Former News International executive Rebekak Brooks and her husband Charlie have arrived at Southwark Crown Court.
Also appearing are; Brooks' personal assistant Cheryl Carter, former News International head of security Mark Hannah, former News International chauffeur Paul Edwards and Daryl Jorsling.
It is alleged that the six attempted to conceal material from officers of the Metropolitan Police Service who were investigating allegations of phone hacking and corruption of public officials in relation to the News of the World and the Sun newspapers.
Rebekah Brooks and her husband Charlie are due to appear in court today on charges relating to the phone hacking scandal.
The former News International chief executive will be at Southwark Crown Court for a preliminary hearing.
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks, her racehorse trainer husband Charlie and four others were bailed to June 22 when they appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court today on charges linked to the phone hacking scandal.
They spoke only to give their address.