| 18 September 14 : 09.15
No Scottish daily newspaper (either home-grown or tartanised UK national) has backed a yes vote in today's independence referendum for the country.
Mail Online continued its position as by far the most popular UK newspaper website in August 2014 attracting some 11.3 million browsers per day.
The corporation has lodged a formal protest with the Russian authorities after the attack, which took place in the city of Astrakhan.
News Corp has urged the European Commission to take action to stop Google using its dominant internet search platform to “eliminate competition”.
A 44-year-old freelance journalist arrested in dawn raid on his Northumberland home a year ago has been cleared by the Crown Prosecution Service.
A former Met Police commander with 30 years' experience in the force has publicly backed Press Gazette’s campaign to stop the police spying on journalists.
Ofcom has rejected a bid from London Live to slash the amount of local programming broadcast per day from 18 hours to eight hours.
Tom Bradby said he wasn’t suggesting that his experiences in Scotland bear “comparison with really bad places” – but did admit he is not “enjoying” himself.
The Newspaper Society has backed Press Gazette’s Save Our Sources campaign against public authorities' use of the Regulation of...
Under the pilot scheme, staff are divided into three “units” tp work across around 11 weekly newspapers.
Google has removed the link to the 2003 story, about Tim Blackstone, under certain search terms.
McFadden, who plays Phil Mitchell in the BBC programme, sued News Group Newspapers for the interception of his voicemails, and the Met Police for selling private information about him to the paper.
The Times, Sunday Times and Sun today completed their move to a new building at London Bridge which News Corp’s chief executive Robert Thomson said would be a “monument to meritocracy”.
Although they are all based in close proximity, sharing a floor in Northcliffe House below the Mail titles, Rajan emphasises that The Independent maintains independence from the Independent on Sunday, i and the website - and even more so from the Evening Standard and London Live - managing them in a "collegiate way".
London mayor Boris Johnson (pictured: Reuters) is facing questions over why the police obtained the telephone records of a journalist “without his consent, and without any warrant or other court order”.
The Bureau of Investigation has asked the European Court of Human Rights to stop the UK Government from spying on journalists and their sources.
Paul Holleran, Scottish organiser for the National Union of Journalists, spoke out after hundreds of pro-independence campaigners staged a demonstration outside BBC Scotland's Glasgow headquarters.