Rebekah Mary Brooks (née Wade; born 27 May 1968) is a British journalist and former newspaper editor. She was Chief Executive Officer of News International from to 2011, having previously served as the youngest editor of a British national newspaper at News of the World from to 2003, and the first female editor of The Sun from to Brooks married actor Ross Kemp in They divorced in and she married former racehorse trainer and author Charlie Brooks.
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Johnny Hornby, the new director of Prince Harry's charity, goes on holiday with Rebekah Brooks, the News International boss who resigned over phone hacking. As the first, and most prominent, victim of phone hacking at the News of the World
[The Independent] - This was the then editor Rebekah Brooks, the legal manager Tom Crone, the paper's news editor Neville Thurlbeck and the night editor Peter Smith. It was revealed by The Wall Street Journal in August that Mr Thurlbeck, who has been arrested and bailed
[Telegraph.co.uk] - “They helped out at a difficult time.” I am told that the firm is providing its services pro bono. Last week, I reported it was not being paid, either, for its work for another controversial flame-haired figure, Rebekah Brooks.
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of News International, is being supplied with the services of Bell Pottinger free of charge. Rebekah Brooks is the former chief executive of News International. Photo: PA By Tim Walker Although she must now be