FILE -- London's Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner John Yates giving evidence to a House of Commons Home Affairs Committee regarding recent phone hacking allegations, in this July 12, 2011 file photo. Yates resigned Monday July 18, 2011, amid the firestorm surrounding the phone hacking scandal. Yates made a decision two years ago to not re-open police inquiries into phone hacking, saying he did not believe there was any new evidence to consider. He has said in recent weeks that he regrets that decision.(AP Photo/pa, file) UNITED KINGDOM OUT: NO SALES: NO ARCHIVE:

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FILE -- London's Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner John Yates giving evidence to a House of Commons Home Affairs Committee regarding recent phone hacking allegations, in this July 12, 2011 file photo. Yates resigned Monday July 18, 2011, amid the firestorm surrounding the phone hacking scandal. Yates made a decision two years ago to not re-open police inquiries into phone hacking, saying he did not believe there was any new evidence to consider. He has said in recent weeks that he regrets that decision.(AP Photo/pa, file) UNITED KINGDOM OUT: NO SALES: NO ARCHIVE:
FILE -- London's Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner John Yates giving evidence to a House of Commons Home Affairs Committee regarding recent phone hacking allegations, in this July 12, 2011 file photo. Yates resigned Monday July 18, 2011, amid the firestorm surrounding the phone hacking scandal. Yates made a decision two years ago to not re-open police inquiries into phone hacking, saying he did not believe there was any new evidence to consider. He has said in recent weeks that he regrets that decision.(AP Photo/pa, file) UNITED KINGDOM OUT: NO SALES: NO ARCHIVE:
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