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News | Friday, 25 April 2014
Lord Black: Press must keep fighting state involvement in regulation 'with vigour and determination'
The architect of the new press self-regulation body said the industry must continue to fight state involvement "with vigour and determination...
News | Thursday, 24 April 2014
Telegraph 'encouraged' by performance of online paywall one year on
Just over a year after the Telegraph became the first mainstream UK national newspaper website to go behind a metered paywall insiders say they are...
News | Thursday, 24 April 2014
Ealing Gazette set to expand coverage after Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle closure
The Ealing Gazette will carry pages dedicated to Hammersmith, Fulham, Chelsea and Westminster from next week, Press Gazette understands. News...
David Blunkett (Reuters)
News | Thursday, 24 April 2014
Hacking trial: Was Thurlbeck disciplined over Blunkett voicemail? Andy Coulson: 'I'm sorry, no'
The decision to expose David Blunkett's affair with a married woman in the News of the World based on an intercepted voicemail was a "...
Paul Ashford
News | Thursday, 24 April 2014
No Telegraph or Mail representatives on board of funding body for new IPSO press regulator
The directors have been named for a body which will hold the purse strings and help decide appointments to new press regulator the Independent Press...
Danny Simpson (Reuters)
News | Thursday, 24 April 2014
Daily Mirror joins The Sun in defending Tulisa 'homewrecker' story as footballer Danny Simpson seeks libel damages
Footballer Danny Simpson is suing the Daily Mirror – as well as The Sun – for a story alleging he had an affair with pop star Tulisa...
News | Thursday, 24 April 2014
'Thoroughly aggressive' News of the World man threatened by colleague with replica gun, trial told
A News of the World man was so aggressive that he once pushed a colleague into threatening him with a replica gun, the hacking trial heard today....
Andy Coulson (Reuters)
News | Wednesday, 23 April 2014
Coulson says that before Goodman arrest in 2006 'nobody had any idea voicemail interception was illegal'
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson has described his shock at the arrest of one of his reporters for phone-hacking, and denied suggestions...
Police outside the News UK building in Wapping (Reuters)
News | Wednesday, 23 April 2014
Former Sun South West reporter John Coles cleared after 19 months on police bail
Former Sun South West England reporter John Coles has been cleared after spending some 19 months on police bail following his arrest as part of the...
News | Wednesday, 23 April 2014
Mail on Sunday food banks probe: 'Sad day when investigations into use of public money condemned'
The Mail on Sunday has responded to the social media backlash over its undercover food banks investigation by saying: “It is a sad day for...
News | Wednesday, 23 April 2014
News agency faces legal action after naming convicted blackmailer in Austrian court case
A British news agency based in Austria is facing legal action from a convicted blackmailer for using his full name in a news report. Lawyers...
Andy Coulson (Reuters)
News | Tuesday, 22 April 2014
Andy Coulson okayed £1k payment despite Goodman's warning they both could 'end up on criminal charges'
Former tabloid editor Andy Coulson "rubber-stamped" a payment to a royal source for a story, despite being warned by a colleague that being...
Daniel Craig pictured with then partner Satzuki Mitchell
News | Tuesday, 22 April 2014
Andy Coulson denies reporter's claim that he was played voicemail of James Bond actor Daniel Craig
Former tabloid editor Andy Coulson has denied ever being played a voicemail message left on James Bond actor Daniel Craig's phone by secret lover...
News | Tuesday, 22 April 2014
Police pay substantial damages to man wrongly identified in press as a rapist
The police have paid damages to a man wrongly identified as a rapist by both the Oxford Mail and the BBC website. Both news organisations used a...
News | Monday, 21 April 2014
High Court judge says litigation document is public as he grants Guardian access to Serco internal report
A document lodged with a witness statement in litigation is public and can be disclosed to the media, a High Court judge has ruled. The decision, by...
News | Sunday, 20 April 2014
Times editorial criticises political bloggers after MP accuses them of being 'aggressive' towards women
A Times editorial has criticised political blogs, describing some of the individuals behind them as “completely uncivilised”. The...
News | Saturday, 19 April 2014
Russell Brand wins libel payout from The Sun on Sunday and pledges Hillsborough campaign donation
Russell Brand has won libel damages from The Sun and pledged to donate to the Hillsborough Justice Campaign. Press Gazette revealed in January that...
News | Thursday, 17 April 2014
Eric Pickles attacks five London councils for continuing to publish 'Town Hall Pravdas'
Conservative Cabinet member Eric Pickles has attacked five London councils for behaving like Russian president Vladimir Putin over their alleged...
News | Thursday, 17 April 2014
Newspaper website ABCs round-up: Telegraph returns to stronger growth despite metered paywall
Mail Online remained by far the most popular UK newspaper website in March, with nearly double the daily global traffic of the next most popular site...
News | Thursday, 17 April 2014
Financial Times opts out of IPSO regulator in favour of its own system
The Financial Times will not be joining new press regulator IPSO - the Independent Press Standards Organisation - editor Lionel Barber announced...

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