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Guilty Andy Coulson and freed Rebekah Brooks divide headlines as phone-hacking trial ends

Yesterday, 24 June, the £100m phone-hacking trial came to an end as former News of the World chief Rebekah Brooks was found not guilty of all charges while Andy Coulson was found guilty of conspiracy to hack phones.

Also standing accused was Brooks' husband Charlie, her former assistant Cheryl Carter and News International head of security Mark Hanna, who were also all cleared.

Here's a look at some of the front pages of national newspapers this morning.

The Drum's blogger James Doleman covered the trial and offers a more in-depth look at why Brooks was handed the unanimous not guilty verdict here.

The Guardian

The Times

The Independent

The Herald

The Sun

The Daily Telegraph

The Scotsman

The Daily Mail

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