By PA Media Lawyer 10 March 16:52
One Direction pop star Harry Styles has won permanent High Court orders against four paparazzi photographers in his legal battle to end the "crazy pursuit" of him. His barrister told a judge in London today that four individuals had so far been identified since harassment proceedings were launched last year.
By PA Mediapoint 10 March 12:37
Rebekah Brooks was asked to approve cash payments to public officials for stories such as a wife-swapping mayor, the phone-hacking trial has heard.
By PA Mediapoint 09 March 23:18
Ten people including two police officers and four tabloid journalists appeared in court today over charges in relation to misconduct in public office as part of Operation Elveden.
By Paul McNally 06 March 11:20
New data protection regulations due to be voted in the European parliament next week would "seriously undermine press freedom" unless they are re-worded to make newsgatherers exempt, campaigners have warned.
Rebekah Brooks defends claim hacking was one rogue reporter: 'It was believed to be true at the time'By PA Mediapoint 05 March 13:07
Rebekah Brooks was accused in court today of carrying on a "cover up" over the extent of phone hacking at the News of the World.
By PA Media Lawyer 05 March 9:52
Five news organisations have succeeded in overturning a reporting restriction in a case where a young man and his 14-year-old brother were on trial for murdering their stepfather.
Rebekah Brooks tells hacking trial: 'I received death threats' after Milly Dowler revelations were publishedBy PA Mediapoint 04 March 13:00
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks has told the Old Bailey she received death threats after it emerged that murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler's phone had been hacked.
By Press Gazette 04 March 7:45
A Sunday Express journalist has revealed how a local council tried to get him sacked from the paper for publishing a personal blog covering East London politics.
By Press Gazette 03 March 13:45
Broadcast news and current affairs programmes will be required to give a fair share of editorial coverage to the UK Independence Party in the run-up to this summer's European elections, Ofcom has ruled.
By Press Gazette 03 March 11:25
The BBC has apologised for a "significant scheduling error" which led to a graphic BBC documentary on alleged human rights abuses in Sri Lanka being broadcast before the watershed.
By PA Media Lawyer 27 February 14:23
A convicted robber who is alleged to have close links to dissident Republicans and to have been involved in a murder failed in a bid to get an injunction banning the Sunday World newspaper from writing about him.
By Dominic Ponsford 27 February 9:32
Press Complaints Commission chairman Lord Hunt has ruled himself out of heading up new press regulator the Independent Press Standards Organisation.
By Dominic Ponsford 25 February 10:04
Minor UK Royal Zara Phillips and rugby player Mike Tindall are reported to have been paid £150,000 for an exclusive photoshoot following the birth of their baby daughter Mia.
Grieve blocking of Guardian bid to see Prince Charles minister letters 'unlawful' Court of Appeal toldBy PA Media Lawyer 24 February 16:04
The Attorney General had no reasonable grounds for blocking a court ruling which would allow the disclosure of letters the Prince of Wales wrote to Government ministers, the Court of Appeal was told today.
By Dominic Ponsford 24 February 13:15
The Telegraph has been cleared of breaching the Editors’ Code after publishing a conference-call featuring two employees from Royal Bank of Scotland’s controversial Global Restructuring Group speaking to staff from pharmacy operator Trihealth.
By Press Association 21 February 13:34
The disappearance of a little girl called Sarah Payne led to the "defining" campaign of Rebekah Brooks's editorship.
By Press Association 21 February 11:55
Rebekah Brooks paid £1,000,000 to buy up David Beckham’s autobiography, she told the Old Bailey.
By Press Gazette 20 February 19:43
Newspaper publishers have been refused permission to appeal against the High Court's rejection of their bid to block the cross-party Royal Charter intended to established a new regulatory system for the press.
Rebekah Brooks paid Paul Gascoigne between £50,000 and £80,000 to discuss domestic violence, court toldBy Press Association 20 February 12:43
Rebekah Brooks paid Paul Gascgoigne between £50,000 and £80,000 to discuss domestic violence allegations, the hacking trial was told.
By Press Association 19 February 13:17
Tony Blair offered to act as an "unofficial adviser" and allegedly told Rebekah Brooks to "tough up" when she sought his guidance at the height of the phone- hacking crisis at the News of the World, prosecutors have told the Old Bailey.