By William Turvill 03 September 16:54
A man romantically linked to actress Kym Marsh is suing The Sun on Sunday for breach of privacy after it reported on his "web sex shame". (Shutterstock picure shows Kym Marsh) The UK's best selling Sunday newspaper claimed on 4 May last year to have seen a video in which Daniel Hooper performed a "solo sex act" on Skype to an un-named "glamour girl".
By Dominic Ponsford 03 September 15:56
The Daily Mail was justified in reporting that former prime minister Tony Blair tried to “wriggle out” of appearing before a committee of MPs, the press regulator has ruled.
By Dominic Ponsford 03 September 10:26
Former News of the World chief reporter Nevill Thurlbeck has said he is "delighted" to see Rebekah Brooks return to News UK as chief executive.
Whatever the short-term PR hit, Murdoch is betting on Brooks to make The Sun shine online after paywall failureBy Dominic Ponsford 03 September 10:09
The return of Rebekah Brooks to her old job appears to nullify much of the work News Corp has done to distance itself from the hacking scandal in the UK.
By William Turvill 03 September 9:21
In a statement, joint executive director Evan Harris said: "This could only happen in a dynastic company where normal rules of corporate governance simply do not apply."
By Dominic Ponsford and William Turvill 02 September 17:28
Appointing Tony Gallagher as editor of The Sun is a sign of Rupert Murdoch "sticking two fingers up to the establishment", according to a well-placed source.
By Dominic Ponsford 02 September 14:37
Rebekah Brooks has been confirmed as chief executive officer of News UK with Tony Gallagher becoming editor-in-chief of The Sun.
Newspaper industry urges BBC to co-operate rather than compete as its seeks to influence charter renewalBy Dominic Ponsford 02 September 11:13
Leading newspaper publishers have called on the BBC to co-operate with them rather compete as part of a major contribution to the charter renewal debate. The News Media Association has published a 69-page report making the case for the BBC no longer competing with commercial national and local news publishers. The NMA represents most local and national newspaper and its report was compiled by Oliver and Ohlbaum.
By Dominic Ponsford 02 September 10:17
Former Sun managing editor Graham Dudman has left the paper, four months after he was acquitted of illegally paying public officials for stories.
By William Turvill 02 September 9:29
Daily Star Sunday deputy Stuart James has been named as the title's new editor.
National newspapers - minus Express and Star titles - combine for £3m 'news works' advertising campaignBy William Turvill 01 September 9:27
The publisher of The Guardian and Observer, News UK, Evgeny Lebedev's titles, the Mail and Metro stable, The Daily and Sunday Telegraph and Trinity Mirror's nationals are behind the scheme. The only national newspapers not involved are those belonging to Richard Desmond's Express Newspapers.
CPS mulls corporate criminal charge against News UK as Rebekah Brooks set to head up News Corp in LondonBy Dominic Ponsford 01 September 8:28
News UK could face corporate criminal charges after the Metropolitan Police has handed a "full file" of evidence to prosecutors relating to hacking at News of the World.
By Dominic Ponsford 28 August 14:45
The names of journalists who paid for illegally-obtained private information look set to be publicly released after a legal judgment released today.
By Dominic Ponsford 28 August 13:16
Labour leadership hopefuls Yvette Cooper and Jeremy Corbyn have both backed “urgent measures” to tackle the concentration of media ownership in the UK.
By Dominic Ponsford 28 August 11:31
Twenty aspiring journalists this week created their own tabloid newspaper from scratch at the News UK journalism summer school.
Mirror asks night to staff to work more days and makes fresh redundancies amid 'incredibly difficult financial climate'By Dominic Ponsford 28 August 11:03
The Mirror titles are looking to cut down on use of casual, make night editorial staff work more days and make fresh redundancies.
By Dominic Ponsford 26 August 10:14
Some 94 per cent of UK adults interact with national newspapers and magazines at least once month in print or online, according to the National Readership Survey.
Guilty plea from Sun prison source sees 27th public official convicted for taking payments from journalistsBy PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 24 August 15:44
A former official who leaked stories to the Sun about a Serco-run immigration centre has pleaded guilty to misconduct in a public office.
By Dominic Ponsford 24 August 11:09
Rupert Murdoch’s concentration of media ownership looks set to remain a concern of the Labour party if leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn in successful.
By PA Mediapoint 21 August 9:50
Nick Robinson has compared protests against his coverage of the Scottish independence referendum to something out of Vladimir Putin's Russia.