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News | 30 January 15 : 07.48
Ed Miliband has appealed to media covering the general election to concentrate on the "issues" at stake and not question the motives of politicians competing for power.
Television | 30 January 15 : 10.28
Richard's home was searched last August by South Yorkshire Police investigating allegations of historic sex abuse, which the singer has dismissed as "completely false".
Training | 30 January 15 : 09.41
According to the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), 3,215 students started undergraduate journalism courses last year.
Regulation | 29 January 15 : 11.02
The new regulator, whose chairman is retired judge Sir Alan Moses and has been signed up for by the vast majority of the national and regional press, has been up and running since September.
Television | 30 January 15 : 12.18
The plan was apparently hatched by a small group of backbenchers who were unhappy that the television crew were being allowed to film in the chamber.
Wires and Agencies | 29 January 15 : 12.36
Paul McNamara (right) and Guy Basnett (left) formerly worked as defence editor and deputy features editor respectively of the News of the World before it closed down in the summer of 2011.
Media business | 29 January 15 : 09.57
Guardian Media Group chief executive Andrew Miller is to step down at the end of June 2015 after five years in the job.
Television | 28 January 15 : 14.00
BBC News should seek to improve its local news coverage as regional newspaper coverage diminishes, a report commissioned by the corporation has found.
Television | 28 January 15 : 09.33
The corporation last week announced plans for a new programme hosted by Victoria Derbyshire, whose Radio 5 Live programme was axed over the summer.
Content technology | 28 January 15 : 10.30
The Guardian today completes a total redesign and rebuild of its website.
Nationals | 28 January 15 : 09.22
Mr Justice Mann allowed applications by News Group Newspapers (NGN) for summary judgment on the basis that the terms of the settlement reached in their first claims barred the new actions, because they fell within the settled claims.
Nationals | 28 January 15 : 08.50
Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton was private secretary to William and Harry at the time when a string of stories about their progress appeared in The Sun from the royal military academy.
Websites | 28 January 15 : 08.33
Former Guardian executive Emily Bell suggested search giant Google was guilty of “naked dishonesty” for concealing the fact it handed private emails sent between Wikileaks staffers to the FBI.
Television | 27 January 15 : 15.03
London Live is set to cut around a third of its staff, 20 jobs.
Nationals | 27 January 15 : 09.34
Trinity Mirror is facing a fresh wave of phone-hacking compensation claims after the current group are settled in the High Court.
Criminal law | 26 January 15 : 14.48
In January 2011 the Met Police launched what is now reckoned to have become the biggest UK criminal investigation ever, into journalists.
Nationals | 26 January 15 : 11.18
Former communications secretary Paddy Harverson said while The Sun's coverage was "generally" positive about the young princes' performance during their officer cadet training, it was "important to remember" some stories "should have been private".

Media law

Met chief defends cover-up over extent force spied on journalists' phone records
The commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has denied the suggestion his force misled journalists and the public over the extent of its spying on journalists as part of its Operation Alice investigation. Press Gazette and The Times reported this week that the Met obtained the phone records of two further Sun journalists in addition to political editor Tom Newton Dunn as part of its investigation into leaks in relation to the Plebgate scandal.