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Nationals | 27 April 15 : 11.29
Former Sun managing editor Graham Dudman was greeted with a round of applause from assembled journalists as he left the Old Bailey a free man this morning.
Nationals | 27 April 15 : 14.11
Cleared former Mirror journalist Greig Box-Turnbull has condemned Rupert Murdoch's "betrayal" of journalists' sources and a police "assault" on public interest journalism.
Nationals | 27 April 15 : 12.53
A Sun reporter launched a scathing attack on a "flailing and failing" Operation Elveden after becoming the latest to be cleared of paying a public official for tips.
Photography | 27 April 15 : 10.43
Rules preventing pictures being at the back of Downing Street have been described by photographers as a "new low" in an election campaign of "attempted stage management and control of the media".
Nationals | 27 April 15 : 11.25
The title has launched a SecureDrop service, which ensures “total anonymity”, after spending “the last four years under constant attack from an Establishment that doesn’t want the truth to be revealed”.
Nationals | 27 April 15 : 09.04
The Met Police’s specialist crime and investigations directorate is considering whether a Sun comment piece breached the Public Order Act.
Wires and Agencies | 24 April 15 : 15.00
An as-yet unpublished investigation by Buzzfeed has harmed the business of a news agency which sees itself as the 'main competitor' for the website in the UK.
Regionals | 24 April 15 : 16.00
A Johnston Press hashtag, #WhatMattersToMe, will feature as Twitter's top promoted trend all day on Monday in a joint venture.
Nationals | 24 April 15 : 09.52
The Sun has accused Labour of targeting its owner, News UK, “as a direct result of our opposition”.
Nationals | 24 April 15 : 10.35
The Sun's online news editor Vince Soodin has condemned Operation Elveden for turning into "a probe into unauthorised leaks to journalists – whether they were paid for or not". Soodin, along with former News of the World reporter Lucy Panton, was officially cleared at the Old Bailey yesterday - nearly three years after his initial arrest.
Regionals | 24 April 15 : 08.26
Fewer than half of Johnston Press’s employees (48.9 per cent) would recommend the company “as a good place to work”, according to an internal staff survey.
Criminal law | 24 April 15 : 10.04
Former editor local newspaper editor has lost his appeal against a conviction for publishing a story which breached an anonymity order under section 39 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933.
Nationals | 23 April 15 : 12.14
Former News of the World reporter Lucy Panton has spoken out for the first time about her four-year, "hellish ordeal" after she was formally cleared in court today.
Websites | 23 April 15 : 13.29
Mail Online online readership dipped in March after a record month in February.
Regionals | 23 April 15 : 04.22
Guernsey Police is investigating a leak to the BBC described by the force’s chief as “one of the most irresponsible I have ever come across”.­­­
Nationals | 23 April 15 : 09.38
The Conservatives have been accused of running a campaign of “control freakery” after the party refused to allow journalists to cover David Cameron and Boris Johnson’s appearance at a nursery yesterday.
Regionals | 23 April 15 : 10.02
A journalist who spent 25 years as an editor is stepping down as Johnston Press roles out its “newsroom of the future” restructure in Buckinghamshire

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Case against cleared Sun reporter Stephen Moyes said he 'demonised' Suffolk Strangler by writing stories about him
The trial of Sun reporter Stephen Moyes was set to hear that he had “demonised” the Suffolk Strangler by writing public interest stories about him, he told Press Gazette. Moyes was today formally cleared some two years after he was initially questioned by police on suspicion of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office by paying a prison officer for stories.

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Case against cleared Sun reporter Stephen Moyes said he 'demonised' Suffolk Strangler by writing stories about him
The trial of Sun reporter Stephen Moyes was set to hear that he had “demonised” the Suffolk Strangler by writing public interest stories about him, he told Press Gazette. Moyes was today formally cleared some two years after he was initially questioned by police on suspicion of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office by paying a prison officer for stories.