During his evidence at the Leveson Inquiry, Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond has said his bank account may have been accessed by a reporter.
The Observer newspaper looked into his account in the run-up to the 1999 Scottish election, he said.
"I have no evidence that my own phone has been hacked," he told Lord Justice Leveson.
But he added: "My bank account was accessed by the Observer newspaper some time ago, in 1999, and my reason for believing that is I was informed by a former Observer journalist."
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