Prosecutor Mr Edis said the guilty pleas of three senior members of staff at the News of the World - Neville Thurlbeck, Greg Miskiw and James Weatherup - to charges related to phone hacking, combined with that of Glenn Mulcaire, showed there was a conspiracy at the company.
Mr Edis said it was the prosecution's view that the conspiracy was substantial and involved a "significant number of people."
Now what we say about that is, using all of that information that I've just given about those pleas, that there was a conspiracy which involved a significant number of people and it was quite a substantial conspiracy.
And that may help you to decide now. Because those names, they knew.
So who else knew?
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Jude Law discovered for the first time today that a relative had allegedly been paid by a newspaper for information.
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