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News | Thursday, 27 November 2014
Andrew Mitchell loses Plebgate libel case against The Sun - judge satisfied he probably did say 'pleb'
Former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell has lost his High Court libel action against The Sun over the "Plebgate" incident. Mitchell...
News | Thursday, 27 November 2014
Independent and Telegraph websites 'hacked' by Syrian Electronic Army
The Independent, Evening Standard and Telegraph websites were reportedly hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army today. The Independent, which had both...
News | Thursday, 27 November 2014
Sun six trial: Ben O'Driscoll says he did not believe reporter's claims about having 'copper contact'
A Sun reporter with a "copper contact" was prone to exaggeration and once claimed to be related to Barack Obama, according to the paper...
News | Thursday, 27 November 2014
Times apologises and pays damages over incorrect 'MMR families sue their lawyers' story
The Times has apologised and paid substantial damages to a law firm that it wrongly alleged was being sued for negligence by a former client over a...
News | Thursday, 27 November 2014
As Johnston Press slashes more jobs in Yorkshire, Ashley Highfield says growth will return in 2015
Johnston Press has announced there will be up to 19 job cuts across 19 titles in Yorkshire, according to the National Union of Journalists. The...
News | Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Former Sun deputy news editor Ben O'Driscoll accuses colleague Pyatt of lying in evidence
Unprintable tales of explosive scandals involving politicians and celebrities were stored in a "Wild West-style" safe in the Sun's...
News | Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Tears of relief for Sun Whitehall editor Clodagh Hartley as she is cleared of conspiracy to corrupt public official
Sun Whitehall editor Clodagh Hartley and the girlfriend of a HM Customs press officer have been cleared of plotting to reveal government secrets in...
News | Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Prison officer on trial for selling stories to The Sun says he only acted in the public interest
A prison officer accused of selling stories to The Sun told jurors that if he had been in it for the money he could have sold celebrity "tittle...
News | Wednesday, 26 November 2014
NAPA boss says BBC should buy news from agencies rather than 'call centre' local newspapers
The National Association of Press Agencies has urged the BBC to start buying in local content from its members. The suggestion follows news from BBC...
News | Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Revenue growth to £62m for Mail Online largely offsets print decline
Mail Online has has reported revenue up 41 per cent year on year from £44m to £62m. The increase helped offset a 5 per cent fall in...
News | Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Editor 'confident' new Scottish daily The National will continue after pilot 'but it's not my call'
Editor of new Scottish daily The National Richard Walker has said he is “confident” the new title will continue after this week's...
News | Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Mobile phone records of 1,700 News UK staff accessed by Met Police after Vodafone blunder
The Metropolitan Police has been supplied with the phone records of some 1,700 News UK employees after a mistake by Vodafone. Staff have been...
News | Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Express journalists urge Desmond to halt 'unsustainable' cutbacks which will leave titles 'dead in the water'
Journalists at Express Newspapers have urged owner Richard Desmond to halt cuts which will see the businesss team reduced to one,  TV pages...
News | Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Jury retires to consider case against Sun Whitehall editor Clodagh Hartley
The jury has retired to consider verdicts in the trial of a Sun reporter accused of plotting with a Government press officer over a string of leaks...
News | Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Nick Parker trial: In 26 years at The Sun he was never given legal guidance on payments to public officials
A police officer contacted the Sun about footballer John Terry's mother and mother-in-law being arrested for shoplifting £1,450-worth of...
News | Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Police witnesses tell Plebgate trial Andrew Mitchell 'unpleasant', 'prone to tantrums' and once called officer 'Mr Plod'
A police officer who accompanied former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell on two foreign trips has told the High Court that the MP was "...
News | Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Sir Ray Tindle launches four new local newspapers for London reviving three centuries-old titles
Tindle Newsapers today announced the launch four new newspapers for London.   The move comes just weeks after Trinity Mirror killed...
News | Monday, 24 November 2014
The Sun claims 225,000 digital subscribers bringing total paid-for sale to 2.2m
The Sun claims to have more than doubled its digital subscribers to a total of 225,000 since the last release of paywall numbers a year ago. The...
News | Monday, 24 November 2014
Rebekah Brooks lawyer: Prosecution 'fuelled by vitriol from outside the court door' risked 'miscarriage of justice'
Vitriolic media coverage which portrayed Rebekah Brooks as a “figure of hate” made it impossible for her to receive a fair trial, her...
News | Monday, 24 November 2014
Sun reporter Jamie Pyatt: 'We all knew public officials were being paid, I accept that'
Paying public officials for stories was an "open secret" throughout the newsroom at The Sun, a court heard today. (Picture: Shutterstock)...

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