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The man who let us read all about it

Post Leverson there have been a lot of changes .The industry has cleaned up an awful lot. I think my colleagues on Fleet Street are the best at what they do and lessons have been learnt

Neville Thurlbeck on whether reporters still cross the line today

Neville Thurlbeck was chief reporter and news editor for nearly twenty years at the News of the World. A journalist who was always one step ahead of the pack, he created some of the most famous, memorable and notorious headlines in the paper's existence, using clever, shrewd and sometimes questionable tactics!

From David Beckham and Robin Cook to Fred and Rose West, Neville wrote the stories that everyone really remembers, and he's here to tell us all about it.

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