By Gavriel Hollander 23 May 13:05
A leading national press crime reporter has attacked 'paranoid' new police guidelines recommending that officers declare personal relationships with journalists.
By PA Media Lawyer 22 May 10:45
An order granting anonymity to a killer who committed "exceptionally horrific crimes" was overturned by the High Court today.
Commons culture committee chair warns 'likely' jailing of UK journalists may send wrong message abroadBy Gavriel Hollander 22 May 9:11
The Conservative MP who chaired Westminster’s hacking inquiry has said that jailing journalists in the UK could send the wrong message abroad.
By Press Gazette 21 May 15:11
The Oxford Mail has criticised a solicitors' firm for its "dogmatic and downright wrong" attempt to overturn a longstanding legal ruling about naming young people in court.
New police media guidelines place journalists in the "same bracket" as criminals, according to the Daily Mail.
Police worker pocketed £32,000 after hiring Max Clifford to start tabloid bidding war over expenses storyBy Gavriel Hollander 21 May 9:10
A man who worked for a special protection unit of the Metropolitan Police sparked a tabloid bidding war over sent secret police expense claims, a court has heard.
By Press Gazette 21 May 8:43
The College of Policing has issued nationwide guidelines saying arrested persons should not be named unless there are exceptional circumstances.
Report: Met stopped Leveson Inquiry from revealing claim senior cop sold secrets to News of the World in 2006By Press Gazette 20 May 14:38
The Evening Standard reports today that an un-named senior police officer may have sold information about senior goings-on at the Met Police to the News of the World in 2006.
Former Elle Macpherson advisor drops hacking case against News Int and faces 'very substantial' costsBy PA Mediapoint 17 May 16:09
A former adviser to model Elle Macpherson has discontinued her phone-hacking damages action.
By PA Mediapoint 16 May 9:27
Criminal suspects who have been arrested should not normally be named until they are charged, the Home Secretary has said.
By Press Gazette 15 May 14:58
A former employee at an immigration centre today became the 65th person to be arrested by police investigating bribery allegations involving journalists.
By Press Gazette 14 May 14:08
Sun Whitehall editor Clodagh Hartley and two others have been charged under Operation Elveden with conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office.
By PA Media Lawyer 13 May 14:48
Former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! contestant Aggro Santos called today for rape suspects to be given anonymity until they are convicted.
By William Turvill 13 May 12:31
The Sun is being sued for £50,000 over claims a journalist from the paper copied text messages from a stolen mobile phone. The mobile allegedly found its way into the hands of a Sun journalist in 2009.
By Dominic Ponsford 10 May 11:44
Details have been released of an Independent Panel, set up along similar lines to the Hillsborough inquiry, which will probe the extent to which corruption involving the News of the World was a factor in one of the UK’s most notorious unsolved murders.
Hillsborough-style inquiry into Daniel Morgan murder will probe News of the World links with corrupt copsBy Dominic Ponsford 09 May 13:35
An Independent Panel, set up along similar lines to the Hillsborough inquiry, is to probe the extent to which corruption involving the News of the World was a factor in one of the UK’s most notorious unsolved murders.
By Gavriel Hollander 08 May 11:10
Alexander Lebedev, the owner of The Independent and Evening Standard, has been granted permission to travel, despite facing up to five years in jail over a televised assault.
By Gavriel Hollander 07 May 15:52
The latest high-profile individuals identified in the media after being arrested on suspicon of sexual assaults were not named by police, Press Gazette has learned.
By Press Gazette 03 May 12:57
A security guard used by former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks has been charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
By Dominic Ponsford 03 May 10:54
Nearly one third of police forces decline to name crime suspects even after they are charged. This was the finding of a survey published today in the Daily Mail.