Journalist Suspended Over Royal 'Phone Hacking'
LATEST: Journalist CLIVE GOODMAN has been suspended by British newspaper the News Of The World over claims he is involved in a phone hacking scandal at PRINCE CHARLES' London residence Clarence House. The royal editor has been charged with eight counts of illegally intercepting telephone voicemail messages between 3 January (06) and 30 May (06). Private investigator GLENN MULCAIRE faces the same charges. London police headquarters Scotland Yard's anti-terrorist branch launched an enquiry after complaints by three members of the Prince's staff. The Sunday newspaper has suspended Goodman pending the outcome of the police enquiry. He is due to appear at London's Horseferry Magistrates' Court on Wednesday (16AUG06).