The Guardian and Daily Telegrapgh (UK) breaking that new evidence presented to the Leveson Inquiry into press standards…

“…lifted the lid on a culture at The Sun of paying “a corrupt network” of public officials for stories.”

“Rebekah Brooks, when editor of The Sun, was apprised of the hacking investigation by a police mole who was working on the original inquiry in 2006.”

the interpretOr regards this as additional and substantial evidence that issues of concern and public interest go far beyond merely rogue elements at News.