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Andy Coulson speaking at the Leveson Inquiry into Press Standards and Practices, which ran from 2011 to 2012. (Credit: YouTube, "TestTransmission1984")

Andy Coulson’s perjury trial in Scotland will begin Friday, the Guardian reported.

He has pleaded not guilty, the BBC said.

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Coulson, the former News of the World editor and former communications director for PM David Cameron, was released from jail last year after serving a portion of his 18-month sentence for phone hacking.

His perjury trial was originally scheduled for earlier this year. Coulson is accused of lying during a 2010 trial when he said he “had absolutely no knowledge” of the News of the World hacking Tommy Sheridan’s phone, as iMediaEthics has writen.

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