Journalists at the FT have backed away from the threat of holding strike action on the day Nikkei complete’s its take-over of the paper at the end of this month.
Times editor John Witherow on Snowden, Murdoch and why 'you shoot yourself in the foot by cutting back on journalism'By William Turvill 24 November 17:43
When Paul Dacre, 67, retires from the Daily Mail, Witherow, 63, will be the longest-standing national newspaper editor. But Witherow, who sits alongside him on the Editors’ Code of Practice Committee, is not holding his breath about beating the record: “Dacre’s going to stay on as long as he possibly can,” he tells Press Gazette in a rare interview.
Former prison officer pleads guilty to misconduct charge after selling 46 stories to press for £40,000By PA Media Lawyer 24 November 15:53
Scott Chapman, 44, of Corby, Northamptonshire, was due for retrial at the Old Bailey but at the 11th hour admitted a charge of misconduct in a public office between 1 March 2010 20 and June 2011.
IPSO: Telegraph breached code with report that Michael Gove could not get X-Ray, but correction sufficientBy PA Mediapoint 23 November 13:49
A complaint that a Daily Telegraph story headlined "Gove could not get X-ray for broken foot" was inaccurate has been upheld by Ipso, the Independent Press Standards organisation.
By PA Mediapoint 20 November 13:00
Two former prison officers have been jailed for leaking information to tabloid newspapers about notorious inmates.
By Dominic Ponsford 20 November 9:03
By William Turvill 19 November 16:19
The newspaper was founded in the city and used to be known as the Manchester Guardian.
By Dominic Ponsford 19 November 14:14
Financial Times journalists have voted in favour of taking industrial action in protest over cuts to their pension scheme brought about by the sale of the title to Nikkei.
By Axegrinder 19 November 9:38
The Daily Mirror seems to be resorting to making its journalists sell burgers in order to turn a buck.
By Axegrinder 19 November 9:31
Axegrinder was pleased to see Evening Standard and Independent owner Evgeny Lebedev enjoy some decent media coverage outside of his own newspapers yesterday.
By William Turvill 17 November 14:35
In the newly created role Ashplant will be responsible for "delivering the newspaper's digital content strategy".
Women journalists urged to 'hang in there' after children - top end of industry 'overwhelmingly male'By Dominic Ponsford 17 November 10:38
The senior jobs on UK national newspapers still tend to be “overwhelmingly male” an event on women and journalism heard last night.
Newspapers call for more surveillance powers, military intervention and tighter border controls after Paris attacksBy Dominic Ponsford 16 November 10:03
Greater surveillance, tighter border controls and military intervention in Syria are among the leader column responses to the Paris massacre in the UK press today.
By William Turvill 16 November 9:41
The news of Friday night's Paris massacre made was front page news across the world this weekend. Below are a selection of front pages from the UK and 11 other nations.
Mail Online publishes images of Charles and Camilla sunbathing - but Daily Mail reports being 'censored'By William Turvill 16 November 8:53
The British media has been "banned" from publishing widely-circulated images of the Prince of Wales sunbathing in Australia, according to the Daily Mail.
By Dominic Ponsford 13 November 13:33
Sun head of news Chris Pharo is leaving the paper in the wake of his arrest and trial under Operation Elveden.
By Dominic Ponsford 12 November 9:30
A British grandfather today thanked The Sun for saving his life after after it campaigned against him receiving 378 lashes in Saudi Arabia.
Former policeman Dave Cook was betrayed by News Corp and cruelly punished for speaking out over unsolved murderBy Dominic Ponsford 11 November 10:39
The cruel arrest and failed prosecution of former detective chief superintendent Dave Cook shows the extent to which those in power will go to ensure that Britain has secret police.
By Dominic Ponsford 09 November 9:35
The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and The Sun are being sued for breach of privacy by a 15-year-old boy arrested on suspicion of hacking the customer details of Talk Talk customers.
By Dominic Ponsford 06 November 13:22
The Times was the only national newspaper title to grow its circulation last month, albeit helped by a small increase in bulks.
By PA Mediapoint 06 November 9:23
A prison officer from top security HMP Belmarsh made nearly £20,000 from leaking information about "notorious" inmates including So Solid Crew rapper Megaman to the Daily Mirror, a court was told today.