Hull Daily Mail apologises 'unreservedly' after publishing photo of wrong man with sexual assault storyBy Press Gazette 30 October 13:01
The story, published earlier this week, was about David Ainsworth being jailed for six months for his crimes.
By PA Mediapoint 30 October 12:50
Clodagh Hartley (pictured) is on trial at the Old Bailey accused of paying Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs press officer Jonathan Hall around £17,000 for story tips over a period of three years.
By William Turvill 30 October 11:24
Last week, Press Gazette revealed that 55 journalists – 10 per cent of the Telegraph’s editorial staff – are set to lose their jobs in the latest round of cuts.
By Court News UK 30 October 10:07
Psychiatrist Dr Kevin Murray, who believed Peter Sutcliffe was not a murderer, said the public should not have been told Gonzalez had killed himself in a maximum security hospital.
By William Turvill 30 October 9:44
Press Gazette has repeatedly asked all the forces concerned with the other leak inquiries about RIPA use against journalists in these historic, closed, investigations and has met with a wall of silence on the issue. But analysis of police evidence to the Leveson Inquiry suggests that RIPA surveillance is a tool which forces would have used when investigating leaks to the media. Some 151 of the 302 leak probes were referred to by nine chief constables in evidence the Leveson Inquiry of 2011/2012, with Strathclyde Police alone conducting 45 in the five years running up to that point.
Johnston Press to merge Scotsman, Scotland on Sunday and Edinburgh Evening News with up to 45 jobs thought to be at riskBy William Turvill 29 October 16:22
The restructure will see Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday editor Ian Stewart take on the role of editorial director of parent company, The Scotsman Publications Ltd.
News of the World reporter defends leak story: 'Public should know about how Jon Venables is getting special treatment'By PA Mediapoint 29 October 15:11
The journalist, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is on trial at the Old Bailey for conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office by using prison officer Scott Chapman as the paid source for two stories on Jon Venables after he was sent back to jail in 2010 for child porn offences.
Sun six trial told of allegation Sun reporter paid Thames Valley contact for name of cadet killed in glider crashBy Court News UK 29 October 14:15
The mother of a teenager killed in a gliding accident questioned how The Sun almost instantly discovered her grief-stricken family's address, a court heard.
By William Turvill 29 October 13:19
A former regional newspaper journalist believes a council spied on her meeting with local authority staff under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act in order to "scupper" her investigations.
Judiciary investigation clears judge after Mail on Sunday report that he was 'apologist' for paedophilesBy Dominic Ponsford 29 October 10:13
Judge Peter Thornton has been cleared by the Judicial Conduct Investigations after a report in the Mail on Sunday
By William Turvill 29 October 9:25
Lord Strasburger received support from peers across all three major political parties for his Save Our Sources amendment, which was debated in the House of Lords last night.
By Dominic Ponsford 29 October 9:06
Regional newspaper group Johnston Press has reported a narrowing the rate of revenue decline over the 16 weeks to mid October from 4.3 per cent to 3.1 per cent.
Paul Dacre calls on police and politicians to 'drop hostilities' with press for the sake of 'healthy democracy'By Press Gazette 28 October 17:13
Threats to journalistic sources through police use of RIPA legislation, the EU's "right to be forgotten" ruling and suggestions from some politicians that they will "finish what they began with Leveson" after the General Election were all issues cited by Dacre.
News of the World reporter tells court of 'hair dryer treatment' from 'tyrant' boss who instructed Venables storyBy PA Mediapoint 28 October 15:06
The journalist is on trial at the Old Bailey accused of conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office by paying prison officer Scott Chapman for stories about Jon Venables while he was in jail for child porn offences in 2010.
Sun reporter asked for 'full debriefings' from soldier on movements of Prince Harry in Afghanistan, court hearsBy Court News UK 28 October 14:07
A senior reporter at The Sun used a soldier to keep close tabs on the movements of Prince Harry (pictured, Reuters) when he was deployed to Afghanistan, a court heard today.
By William Turvill 28 October 11:56
Publisher Martin Clarke said Mail Online is to “start sending reporters to the biggest world stories wherever they happen in the globe”.
Libel appeal versus Sunday Mirror dropped in first test of Defamation Act 'serious harm' test drop appealBy William Turvill and Press Association 28 October 11:32
Ruth Cooke and Midland Heart had their case against the Sunday Mirror thrown out of court in August by Mr Justice Bean.
Former BBC News website editor Pete Clifton named new Press Association editor-in-chief ahead of Jonathan Grun departureBy William Turvill 28 October 10:31
He will be tasked with leading the “continuing transformation of the agency into a digital-focused multi-platform news and information business”.
Society of Editors backs Clegg's call for press' legal right to a public interest defence with laws like RIPABy Cleland Thom 28 October 10:23
A call by Nick Clegg to have a public interest defence for the press inserted into laws like RIPA and the Bribery Act has been backed by the Society of Editors.
Publisher buys book on former News of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck's 'sensational scoops'By William Turvill 28 October 10:13
Thurlbeck was sentenced to six months in prison earlier this year after pleading guilty to phone-hacking and released on 12 August after serving 37 days behind bars.