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Asked at the Leveson Inquiry into press standards whether phone-hacking could have been going on and hidden from him while he was the paper’s showbusiness editor between 1999 and 2000, Richard Wallace replied: "It might well have been."

Trinity Mirror’s Group Chief Executive Sly Bailey told the inquiry she had not seen any evidence that pointed to the use of phone hacking.

But she added that the media group had not conducted an internal investigation into whether hacking had been going on at Trinity Mirror titles, despite disclosures the practice had been widespread at Rupert Murdoch’s rival News of the World.

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