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TheWorldTonight: Journalist for phone tap court.

THE News of the World's royal editor will appear in court next week after being questioned over alleged mobile phone hacking.

Scotland Yard said last night that senior journalist Clive Goodman, aged 48, from Putney, had been charged with offences including plotting with Glenn Mulcaire to intercept phone calls.

He and Mulcaire, aged 35, from Sutton, were released on police bail to appear at Horseferry Road Magistrates' Court next Wednesday.

Goodman and two others were arrested early on Tuesday in connection with allegations that Clarence House officials had their voicemail messages intercepted.
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