#Hackgate – Phone hacking victims – ‘publicly’ known so far

This was the phone I used back in 1997 - A Motorola Microtac - Voicemail on Vodafone was hackable because of poor security.

List of confirmed victims of News of the World phone hacking made public so far…

There’s a lot of very high profiled people on this list. No wonder the News of the World had such amazing scoops….

Tony Adams – Former Arsenal captain and England player

Faria Alam – ex-Football Association secretary who had affairs with the then England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson and the then FA chief executive Mark Palios

Gemma Louise Abbey

John Anderson – Father of Sally King, who had a friendship with David Blunkett

Scott Anderson – Brother of Sally King

Sophie Anderton – Model

Peter Andre – Former husband of Jordan, Katie Price.

Sky Andrew – Football agent

Janet Andrew – Associated with Professor John Tulloch

Jo Armstrong – Legal adviser to Gordon Taylor

Louise Artimati – Sister of Dennis Rice

Leslie Ash – Actress

Robert Ashworth

Helen Asprey – Aide to the Prince of Wales

Gemma Atkinson – Hollyoaks actress

Margaret Atkinson

Sue Ayton – Agent to newscasters including Michael Buerk, Peter Sissons

Ruth Badger – Apprentice consultant

Yousef Bailok – Former Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain

Susan Baker – Mother of former nanny Louise Woodward

Michael Barrymore – Entertainer

Steve Bayford junior – Former girlfriend of drugs trial victim Ryan Wilson

Ted Beckham – father of David Beckham

Alison Bell

Stuart Bell – Sir Paul McCartney’s publicist

Patricia Bernal – Mother of murder victim Clare Bernal

Alexandra Jane Mcadam Best – Former wife of George Best

Calum Best – TV personality, model and son of George Best

Cherie Blair – Wife of Tony Blair, former Prime Minister.

Ian Blair – Former commissioner of Metropolitan Police

John Blake – Former ‘People’ editor

Stephen Blears – BBC Radio journalist

Lord Blencathra – A former Conservative minister with multiple sclerosis who was allegedly hacked by the News of the World because they mistook his condition for excessive drinking.

James Blunt – Singer

Edward Blum – Film Director

David Blunkett – Labour MP and former Home Secretary

Daniel Boffey – ‘Observer’ journalist

Colette Bos

John Bramhall – Professional Footballers’ Association

Russell Brand – Comedian

Lisa Brash – Former girlfriend of Robbie Williams

Jeff Brazier – Former partner of Jade Goody and TV presenter

Simon Bridger – Picture agency boss and executor of Jade Goody’s will

Kirtsy Brimelow – Criminal Barrister

Major David Brooks – Husband of Mr Justice Vos’ niece

Rebekah Brooks – Former News International Chief Executive.

Chris Bryant – MP Labour

Jill Burchnall

James Burke – Model

Paul Burrell – Former butler to Princess Diana

Stephen Byers – Former secretary of state for trade and industry

Camilla, Duchess – Wife of Prince Charles

Alastair Campbell – Former Labour press chief

Sol Campbell – Former English footballer

Major Mark James Alexander Cann – Director of Armed Forces Charities Advisory Company and The British Forces Foundation

Jason Carey – Associate of David Blunkett

Sean Cassidy – Father of 7/7 bombing victim

Joseph Chapman – Son of actress Leslie Ash

Lee Chapman – Husband of Leslie Ash

Max Chapman – Son of actress Leslie Ash

Ian Christmas – Associate of Delia Smith

Charlotte Church – Singer

James Church – Adopted father of Charlotte Church

Maria Church – Mother of Charlotte Church

Abbey Clancy – Wife of Peter Crouch

Charles Clarke – Former Labour party cabinet minister

Max Clifford – Agent

Ashley Cole – Footballer

Lily Anne Colvin – Witness at Tommy Sheridan’s perjury trial

Steve Coogan – Actor

David Cook – Police officer and husband of Jacqui Hames

Eimear Cook – Ex-wife of golfer Colin Montgomery

Janet Cookson – Partner of Stephen Byers

Andy Coulson – Former News of the World editor and former Downing Street communications chief

Robert Cowgill

Cornelia Crisan – Singer who claims affair with Ralph Fiennes

Garth Crooks – BBC pundit and former footballer

Peter Crouch – Footballer for Stoke and England

Patrick Anthony Culhane

Paul Dadge – Helped 7/7 bombing victim at Edgware Rd tube

David Cook – Detective Superintendent

David Davies – Executive Director of the The Football Association

John Davies – Associate of Professor John Tulloch

Matthew Dawson – Former England rugby player

Darren Day – Actor

Ali Dizai – Metropolitan police commander

Pete Doherty – Musician

Milly Dowler – Murder victim

Sally Dowler – Parent of murder victim Milly Dowler

Matthew Doyle

Keith Duffy – Boyzone singer

Kieron Dyer – Footballer for Queens Park Rangers

Chris Ecclestone – Dr Who star in 2005

Alan Edwards – Founder of the PR firm which formerly represented Sir Paul McCartney

Sven-Goran Eriksson – Former England Coach

Kieron Fallon – Jockey

Nigel Farage – UKIP leader

Rio Ferdinand – Footballer

Sarah Ferguson – Duchess of York

Mary Ellen Field – Former advisor to Elle Macpherson

James Fletcher

Duncan Foster – Director of soaps Coronation Street and Emmerdale

Graham Foulkes – Father of 7/7 bombing victim

Suzanne Fowler

Sadie Frost – Actress, designer and Jude Law’s ex-wife

Mike Fuller – Former Assistant Commisioner

Paul Andrew Gadd – Estranged son of Gary Glitter

George Galloway – MP

James Gardner – Friend of Paul Gascoigne

Paul Gascoigne – Footballer

Sheryl Gascoigne – Paul Gascoigne’s former wife

Uri Geller – Psychic

Susan George – Actress

Ryan Giggs – Footballer

Andy Gilchrist – Former union leader

Lisa Gower – Former girlfriend of Steve Coogan

Hugh Grant – Actor and Hacked Off campaigner

Leslie Grantham – Former Eastenders actor

Andy Gray – Sky Sports pundit, ex footballer

Jacqui Hames – Presenter of Crimewatch, married to David Cook

Christine Hamilton – Wife of Neil Hamilton and subject of TV documentary by Louis Theroux

Neil Hamilton – Former MP who lost his seat in the cash for questions saga

Joan Hammell – Former chief of staff to Lord Prescott

Greg Harkin – Journalist from Derry who wrote a book about an IRA informer

Lee Harpin – Former News of the World show business reporter, Lee Harpin, who left the paper in 2003, and went on to be news editor at the Sunday Mirror.

Paddy Harveson – Prince Charles’ communications secretary

Beverley Harvey – Mother of Lacey Turner

Danny Hayward – Picture agency boss and executor of Jade Goody’s will

Sheila Henry – Mother of 7/7 victim Christian Small

Gavin Henson – Rugby Player

Gary Hersham – Estate agent in Mayfair

James Hewitt – Former army officer and lover of Princess Diana

Lisa Higson

Sarah Hiscox – Best friend of Davina McCall

Tia Nicole Hithersay – Glamour model and one time girlfriend of footballer Jermaine Jenas’s

Amanda Hobbes – Wife of Dennis Rice

Lorna Hogan – Model and ex girlfriend of Calum Best

Kelly Hoppen – Interior designer and stepmother to Sienna Miller

Phil Hughes – Friend and former agent of George Best

Simon Hughes – MP

Eunice Huthart – Stunt double for Angelina Jolie

Edward ( Ted ) Hynds – Former Sunday People reporter and investigative journalist who wrote book on Colin Stagg

Gillian Iles-Blackmore – Aunt of Nadine Milroy Sloan, who was jailed for falsely accusing Neil and Christine Hamilton of rape

Tony Iles-Blackmore – Uncle of Nadine Milroy Sloan, who was jailed for falsely accusing Neil and Christine Hamilton of rape

Ben Jackson – Assistant to Jude Law

Kate Jackson – Executor of Jade Goody estate

Barry James

Georgina James – Local newspaper journalist

Jermaine Jennas – Footballer for Tottenham Hotspur and England

John Blake Publishing – Non-fiction publishing company

Boris Johnson – MP/Mayor of London

Ian Johnson – TV PR

Steven Johnson – Ex boyfriend of Charlotte Church

Angelina Jolie – Actress

Danielle Jones -Murder victim

Jeffrey Alan Jones

Ulrika Jonsson

Tessa Jowell – MP and former culture secretary

Kerry Katona – Former Atomic Kitten singer and TV personality

Yvonne Kearle – Mother of Charlotte Church’s ex boyfriend, Steven Jones

Archie Keswick – Friend of Sienna Miller

Andrew King – Husband of Sally King

Sally King – Friend of former Home Secretary David Blunkett

Glenys Kinnock – Wife of former leader of the Labour party

Neil Kinnock – Former leader of the Labour party

Susan Kirkham

Christopher Kiwomya – Former QPR player

Victoria Lambert – Actress

Jude Law – Actor

Dr Anne Lee

Joanne Lees – Girlfriend of murder victim Peter Falconio

Simon Damien Lennon – Former journalist for People

John Leslie – Former Blue Peter presenter

Orli Lewis – Daughter of phone hacking lawyer, Mark Lewis

Shelley Lewis – Ex wife of phone hacking lawyer, Mark Lewis

Dan Lichters – Police officer and friend of Michael Barrymore

Christoper Livingstone Eubank – Boxer

Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton – Private secretary to Princes William and Harry

Elle Macpherson – Model

Dennis MacShane – MP

6 X Daily Mail / Mail on Sunday journalists

Tom Mangold – Journalist

Mike Mansfield – Lawyer in the Diana inquest

Meg Matthews – Ex-wife of musician Noel Gallagher

Davina McCall – TV presenter, star of Channel 4’s Big Brother

Sir Paul McCartney – Former Beatle

Geraldine McCool – Lawyer for Samantha Roberts

Brian Mcfadden – Former Westlife singer

Alan McGee – Former Oasis manager

Matthew Mcguinness – Associate of Abi Titmuss and John Leslie

Mick McGuire – Former Deputy Chief Executive of the Professional Football Association

Mehul Shagur Mehta

Maire Messenger Davies – Associate of Professor John Tulloch

Michelle Milburn – Theatrical agent

Andrew Miller – Son of Jo Armstrong, a legal adviser at the Professional Footballers Association (PFA)

Deborah Miller – Sister of Jo Armstrong, a legal adviser at the Professional Footballers Association (PFA)

Nicholas Miller – Husband of Jo Armstrong, a legal adviser at the Professional Footballers Association (PFA)

Sienna Miller – Actress

David Mills – Estranged husband of Tessa Jowell

Fiona Mills – Sister of Heather Mills

Heather Mills – Charity and animal rights campaigner, ex-wife of Paul McCartney

Brendan Minogue – Brother of Dannii Minogue

Dannii Minogue – Singer

Miss X – Alleged victim of rape

Brendan Montague – Investigative journalist

Kevin Moran – Former Manchester United and Ireland footballer

Elliot Morley – Former Labour Minister jailed for fixing his expenses

Robert Nankeville – Comedian (aka Bobby Davro)

Trudi Nankeville – Ex-wife of Bobby Davro

Neil Ruddock – Former Liverpool footballer

Jimmy Nesbitt – Actor

Benedict Grant Noakes

Emma Noble – Actress, model and Sir John Major’s former daughter-in-law

Martin O’Shea

Mark Oaten – Former Liberal Democrat MP

Tamzin Outhwaite – TV actress

Brian Paddick – Former Dep Assist Commissioner

Sid Owen – Former Eastenders actor

Tara Palmer Tompkinson – IT girl and friend of royal family

Ciara Parkes – PR consultant to Jude Law

Hannah Pawlby – Aide to former home secretary Charles Clarke

Lucy Pawlby – Sister of Hannah, associate of MP Charles Clarke

Sara Payne – Mother of murder victim Sarah Payne

Guy Pelly – Nightclub entrepreneur and friend of Prince Harry

Alex Pereira – Cousin of Jean Charles de Menezes

Hilary Perrin – Labour party’s regional organiser for London

Nicola Phillips – Former assistant to Max Clifford

Edwina Pitman – Worked at the Chris Beetles art gallery

Brad Pitt – Actor

Lauren Pope – The Only Way is Essex star

Claire Powell – Former agent to Kerry Katona

Lord John Prescott – MP

Katie Price – Glamour model and reality TV star

Prince Charles

Prince Harry

Kimberley Quinn – Former publisher of the Spectator and had an affair with David Blunkett

Amanda Ramsay – former Labour cabinet member on Merton borough council

Father Richard Reardon – Charlotte Church’s priest

Dennis Rice – Former investigations editor at the Mail on Sunday

Samantha Roberts – Widow of soldier killed in Iraq

Matthew Robertson – Husband of TV presenter Davina McCall

Geoffrey Robinson – Labour MP, ex paymaster general

Laura Rooney – Dancer with same surname as Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney – Footballer

Laila Rouass – Footballers Wives actress

Tom Rowland – Journalist

Joe Royle – Former Everton manager

Shaun Russell – wife, Lin, and daughter, Megan, killed in hammer attack in 1996

Kenny Samson – former England footballer

June Sarpong – Tv presenter

Astrid Elizabeth Saunders – Wrongly accused of having an affair with Lester Piggott

Jade Schmidt – Nanny to Jude Law and Sadie Frost’s children

Alan Schofield – Former press aide to John Prescott

Graham Shear – Footballers’ lawyer

Tommy Sheridan – Leader of Solidarity

Christopher Shipman – Son of murdering doctor, Harold Shipman

Delia Smith – Celebrity chef

Joan Smith – Author, journalist and former partner of Denis MacShane

Lewis David Sproston – Boyfriend of murdered model Sally Anne Bowman

Colin Stagg – Wrongly accused of 1992 Rachel Nickell murder

Karron Stephen-Martin – Ex-wife of boxer Chris Eubank

Paul Stretford – Wayne Rooney’s football agent

Lucy Taggart

Chris Tarrant – TV presenter

Gordon Taylor – Former chief executive of the Professional Footballer’s Association

John Temple

Tracey Temple – Former diary secretary for John Prescott, with whom she had an affair

Chris Terrill – TV documentary maker and former fiance of Heather Mills

Jamie Theakston – TV presenter

John Thomson – Cold Feet actor

Samantha Thomson – Wife of Cold Feet actor John Thomson

Patricia Tierney – Grandmother linked to Wayne Rooney sex scandal

Abi Titmuss – Model and TV presenter

Martin Townsend – Believed to be Sunday Express editor

Professor John Tulloch – Survivor of 7/7 bombing

Lacey Turner – EastEnders actress who played Stacey Slater

Michele Verokken – Sports official and former head of anti-doping in UK

Mary Kate Waddington – Sarah Ferguson’s PR adviser

Jessie Wallace – EastEnders actress

Samantha Wallin – Horse trainer who allegedly had a child with Kieren Fallon

Steve Wallington – Ex-husband of actress Tina Hobley

Claire Ward – Former MP

David Warwick – Media Representation. Represented Paul Burrell

Noel Whelan – Former Coventry City footballer

Zoe Williams – Not the Guardian journalist

Lord Frederick Windsor – Son of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent

Robin Winskell – Sports lawyer

Jane Winter – Human rights campaigner in Northern Ireland and director of the British Irish Rights Watch

Tony Woodley – Formerly joint general secretary of the Unite trade Union

Gary Woodward – Father of former nanny Louise Woodward

Louise Woodward – British au pair, convicted of manslaughter of child in the US when she was 19

Janet Woolf – Mother of Ken Livingstone’s first child

Michael Wynn-Jones – Husband of Delia Smith, shareholder of Norwich City FC and writer, publisher and former editor of Sainsbury’s magazine


Source : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0AonYZs4MzlZbdFJBbENoV0hxdndpQ1EwbXR0ZVhVZkE&type=view&gid=0&f=true&sortcolid=-1&sortasc=true&rowsperpage=310

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