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Next time they met Riddell said, "Well Greenwood, what do you think of my paper?

" "I looked at it", replied Greenwood, "and then I put it in the waste-paper basket.

The former executive editor Neil Wallis was arrested on 15 July 2011 and former editor Rebekah Brooks, the tenth person held in custody, on 17 July 2011.

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It quickly established itself as a purveyor of titillation, shock, and criminal news.

Much of the source material came from coverage of vice prosecutions, including transcripts of police descriptions of alleged brothels, streetwalkers, and "immoral" women.

The Bells sold to Henry Lascelles Carr in 1891; in 1969 it was bought from the Carrs by Rupert Murdoch's media firm News Limited.

Reorganised into News International, itself a subsidiary of News Corporation, it was transformed into a tabloid in 1984 and became the Sunday sister paper of The Sun.

And then I thought, 'If I leave it there the cook may read it'—so I burned it!

" By 1912, the circulation was two million and around three million by the early 1920s. This success encouraged other similar newspapers, of which the Sunday People, the Daily Mail, the Daily Express and the Daily Mirror are still being published.The paper's Football Annual was a long-standing publication, and a Household Guide and Almanac was also published at one time.By 1950, the News of the World had become the biggest-selling newspaper in the world with a weekly sale of 8,441,000 and individual editions sold over 9 million copies.There was also a News of the World Championship in snooker from 1950 to 1959 which eclipsed the official professionals' competition for a number of years.In athletics, the Emsley Carr Mile race was started in 1953 in memory of the former editor, and is still run annually.It had a reputation for exposing national or local celebrities' drug use, sexual peccadilloes, or criminal acts, setting up insiders and journalists in disguise to provide either video or photographic evidence, and phone hacking in ongoing police investigations.

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