By Gavriel Hollander 18 June 17:50
A former stunt double for Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has launched a lawsuit against News Corporation in Los Angeles.
Sun chief foreign correspondent Nick Parker charged with conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public officeBy William Turvill 18 June 11:18
The Sun’s chief foreign correspondent Nick Parker has been charged by the Crown Prosecution Service along with a prison officer from HMP Swaleside.
By William Turvill 11 June 11:31
Two serving prison officers have been arrested under Operation Elveden investigating inappropriate payments to public officials.
By PA Mediapoint 07 June 15:14
The trial of former News International chief executive RebekahBrooks and fellow NI staff over allegations of phone hacking at the News of the World is to start in September.
By PA Mediapoint 06 June 13:33
Andy Coulson has appeared in court to formally deny charges of conspiracy relating to phone hacking and alleged illegal payments to public officials.
By William Turvill 06 June 8:07
Press agency Barcroft Media is suing a former employee alleging that she paid herself more than £92,000 from the company account.
By Gavriel Hollander 05 June 14:44
The Crown Prosecution Service has dropped criminal charges against The Sun defence editor Virginia Wheeler on health grounds. The 33-year-old had been charged under Operation Elveden and was due to stand trial for making illegal payments to the police.
By Gavriel Hollander 05 June 10:04
The Government’s top lawyer has told police that they should confirm suspects’ names when they have already been identified by journalists.
By PA Mediapoint 05 June 9:22
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks has pleaded not guilty to charges relating to the phone-hacking scandal that resulted in the closure of The News of the World.
Prince William and Prince Harry may be called to testify in trial of Sun Royal correspondent Duncan LarcombeBy Dominic Ponsford 03 June 9:22
Princes William and Harry may be approached to provide victim impact statements in the trial of a journalist accused of paying an army officer for information about their time at the Sandhurst Military Academy.
By Press Gazette 31 May 13:20
Princes William and Harry may be approached to provide victim impact statements in the trial of a journalist accused of paying an army officer for information about their time at the Sandhurst Military Academy. It would be the first time a senior Royal has been asked to assist a criminal case since the Queen was called in 2002 as a witness in the £1.5 million theft trial of butler Paul Burrell. That trial collapsed when Her Majesty revealed he had told her he was looking after the belongings of Princess Diana.
By PA Mediapoint 29 May 8:26
A Sun journalist and a press officer for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs(HMRC) will appear in court today charged with conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office over alleged inappropriate payments.
Attorney General warns journalists against implying guilt of Woolwich terror suspects or revealing past wrongdoingBy Cleland Thom 28 May 10:30
The Attorney General has warned the media about the contempt of court risks after the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich next week.
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.