In as much as historians think about them at all, British journalists who covered the First World War tend to be viewed in a less than flattering way.
Video: Times and Sun's new London Bridge HQ - visitors 'can't believe it's News UK, they think it's Google'By William Turvill 01 August 12:16
The video below shows an exclusive tour of the building given to Estates Gazette.
By William Turvill 01 August 11:58
Local World has reported a turnover of £239.6m and an operating profit of £18.5m for its first-year financial results.
Nick Davies: 'Appalling' decision to close News of the World was down to BSkyB bid - not Milly Dowler hacking revelationBy William Turvill 01 August 10:02
The Guardian reporter has distanced his story about the hacking of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler’s phone from the closure. On Monday 4 July 2011, The Guardian broke the news that Dowler’s phone had been hacked. On Thursday 7 July, News International said it would be closing the newspaper, which was published for the last time that Sunday, 10 July.
Newsquest appoints new digital platforms director from Haymarket as it continues 'rapid expansion of digital operations'By William Turvill 01 August 8:41
Newquest has appointed a new digital platforms director “as it continues the rapid expansion of its digital operations”.
By Press Association 31 July 11:36
IPSO chair Sir Alan Moses said: "Matt has a deep understanding of the complex and sensitive relationship between the press, the public and Government.
GQ editor Dylan Jones: 'Lads' mags did an awful lot to denigrate and sully our market... I'm completely happy to be in a market of one'By William Turvill 31 July 9:33
Jones, an OBE who has edited GQ for 15 years and this month collected an editor of the year title at the PPA Awards, invites me to sit in a black leather chair perpendicular to – and at a lower level than– his neat desk.
By PA Media Lawyer 31 July 9:09
The claims about Paddy McKillen were made in an article relating to Claridge's Hotel in London in a Taki column.
By William Turvill 31 July 8:40
Reporter Katie Gibbons yesterday reported that Bolt told her he was “not really” having fun at the Games and believed “the Olympics were better”.
NUJ and Bectu to ballot members for strike action over planned job cuts across BBC News and World ServiceBy William Turvill 30 July 13:15
Head of BBC News James Harding earlier this month announced that 415 jobs were to be lost across his division. He said 500 people working for BBC News and the World Service would be affected and that 266 new posts would be created.
Northern Echo changed to guilty plea over naming of alleged sexual assault victim because defendant was first charged with rapeBy PA Media Lawyer 30 July 12:35
The newspaper initially pleaded not guilty to a charge of breaching the lifelong anonymity for the victims and alleged victims of rape and other sexual offences granted by section 1 of the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1992.
By Press Association 30 July 11:15
They were both arrested as part of Operation Pinetree, a Scotland Yard investigation into allegations that News of the World features staff had obtained information in this way.
By William Turvill 30 July 10:47
In a short film, Bringing The World To Britain, directed by Channel 4’s Liz Unna, Lamb speaks of her love to Afghanistan in particular and of the most “frightening” experience in Helmand in 2006.
By William Turvill 30 July 9:41
Alan Woods joined the Gazette in November 2013 after working his way up from reporter to deputy news editor on the News Shopper titles in South London.
By Press Gazette 30 July 8:50
The Lords Home Affairs, Health and Education EU Sub-Committee said in a new report that it was wrong to give search engines the power to decide what should or should not be deleted.
By PA Mediapoint 29 July 16:06
Mosley, youngest son of Sir Oswald Mosley, former leader of the British Union of Fascists (BUF), has issued High Court proceedings against Google Inc and Google UK Limited for misuse of private information and breaches of the Data Protection Act through his lawyers Payne Hicks Beach.
Never assume you can safely name a sexual offence victim - even if you believe the law is on your sideBy Cleland Thom 29 July 9:50
Most journalists understand sexual offences anonymity laws well. But many forget that the PCC code applies to reports sexual offences, as well – and can be stricter. This was illustrated last week, when the Northern Echo was ordered to pay costs and damages of around £10,000 after naming a rape victim.
Eddie Mair pleased after Newsnight's Evan Davis appointment brings end to 'months of tedious speculation'By Press Gazette 29 July 9:39
Radio 4's Today programme presenter Davis was unveiled as Jeremy Paxman's replacement on the BBC2 programme earlier this month - on the same day the BBC annual report was released.
BBC remains tight-lipped over recruitment process for 23 high-profile journalists - citing data protection in FOI rejectionBy William Turvill 29 July 9:07
The corporation came under fire last month when Press Gazette asked the corporation whether ITV News’s Lucy Manning and ITN’s Ed Campbell has been taken on after competitive interviews.
By Press Association 29 July 8:18
The London 2012 supremo, who is chairman of the British Olympic Association, was reportedly the Government's preferred candidate for the role but told the Daily Mail he did not have the "capacity" for the job.