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The former Crimewatch presenter Jacqui Hames has alleged to the Leveson Inquiry into press ethics that the News of the World placed her and her detective chief superintendent husband under surveillance because of the paper's links to murder suspects

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Today's witnesses to the Leveson Inquiry

The Leveson Inquiry into press standards resumes this morning .

First up is the Lib Dem deputy leader Simon Hughes, who received £45,000 compensation from the News of the World's publishers for hacking his phone.

He will be followed by the former Metropolitan police detective Jacqui Hames and Christopher Jeffries, who was wrongly accused of Joanna Yeates' murder.

The Guardian journalist Nick Davies, who broke the story of widespread hacking at the News of the World, will also give evidence.

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