Times dep ed: 'The Guardian club’s an interesting one... because you don’t get very much for being a member'By Axegrinder 16 September 15:52
Being as impartial as the BBC, Axegrinder hasn't - and won't - be giving his opinion on The Guardian's new membership scheme - in which ‘patrons’, for £60 a month, can enjoy a “backstage pass” to the paper.
Times titles and Sun complete move to The News Building: 'A monument to meritocracy...a place of energetic empathy'By Dominic Ponsford 16 September 14:58
The Times, Sunday Times and Sun today completed their move to a new building at London Bridge which News Corp’s chief executive Robert Thomson said would be a “monument to meritocracy”.
By William Turvill 16 September 13:22
Leapman (pictured by Mike Gunnill) was convicted of raping a woman in July after previously being found guilty of downloading child sex abuse images.
EastEnders actor Steve McFadden wins payout from News of the World and Met Police over hacking and leaksBy William Turvill 16 September 11:44
McFadden, who plays Phil Mitchell in the BBC programme, sued News Group Newspapers for the interception of his voicemails, and the Met Police for selling private information about him to the paper.
By William Turvill 16 September 10:51
Although they are all based in close proximity, sharing a floor in Northcliffe House below the Mail titles, Rajan emphasises that The Independent maintains independence from the Independent on Sunday, i and the website - and even more so from the Evening Standard and London Live - managing them in a "collegiate way".
Boris Johnson facing questions over police use of RIPA to spy on journalists and lawful confidential sourcesBy Dominic Ponsford 16 September 10:21
London mayor Boris Johnson (pictured: Reuters) is facing questions over why the police obtained the telephone records of a journalist “without his consent, and without any warrant or other court order”.
By William Turvill 16 September 9:32
The applications are being used in recognition of the fact that 80 per cent of Scotland's 16 and 17 year olds are signed up to vote.
By Press Association 16 September 8:26
Paul Holleran, Scottish organiser for the National Union of Journalists, spoke out after hundreds of pro-independence campaigners staged a demonstration outside BBC Scotland's Glasgow headquarters.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 September 13:40
The Bureau of Investigation has asked the European Court of Human Rights to stop the UK Government from spying on journalists and their sources.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 September 11:38
Only one Scottish Sunday newspaper has backed a ‘yes’ vote in this week’s Scottish referendum with the rest either sitting on the fence or backing a ‘no’.
By Press Gazette 15 September 10:46
The Financial Times today unveiled its first print edition redesign since 2007.
By William Turvill 15 September 10:40
The BBC took took centre stage in the Scottish referendum debate this weekend as protesters gathered outside its Glasgow offices.
Prison officer accused of selling stories to Mirror and News of the World journalist Stephen Moyes denies chargeBy PA Mediapoint 15 September 10:12
A prison officer has pleaded not guilty to committing misconduct in a public office by selling stories to two national newspapers about the top security HMP Belmarsh.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 September 9:23
The Manchester Evening News has celebrated raising over £1m in less than 24 hours following the fire which destroyed a dogs’ home and killed up to 50 animals.
Editors of The Sun and Guardian and leader of the NUJ back campaign to stop police spying on journalistsBy William Turvill 14 September 10:12
The editors of The Sun and The Guardian and the general secretary of the National Union of Journalists are among those backing the Save Our Sources campaign to stop police secretly monitoring the phone-calls of journalists.
By PA Media Lawyer 12 September 11:22
Mahmood, known as "the fake sheikh", who is currently suspended from The Sun, came under scrutiny earlier this year with the collapse of the trial of singer Tulisa Contostavlos for alleged involvement in a drug deal.
Hacking scoop reporter Nick Davies says journalists should find out from RIPA tribunal if police have spied on themBy Dominic Ponsford 12 September 10:54
The reporter who exposed the hacking scandal has said journalists should ask the Investigatory Powers Tribunal if police have spied on them. Author of Hack Attack, Nick Davies, said he aimed to contact the Tribunal after being contacted by Press Gazette as part of the Save Our Sources campaign. Davies wrote a number of critical stories about the Met Police as part of his long investigation into hacking at the News of the World.
UK's top civil servant says Alex Salmond wrong about claim Treasury 'leaked' RBS relocation story to BBCBy PA Mediapoint 12 September 10:08
Claims by Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond that the Treasury deliberately leaked details of Royal Bank of Scotland's plans to relocate its headquarters to London in the event of a Scottish vote for independence have been rejected by Whitehall's most senior civil servant.
By William Turvill 12 September 9:58
The BBC has again faced criticism for not reporting on the impact that Scottish independence would have on its own services.
Free Trinity Mirror weekly to cut circulation from 35,000 to 15,000 as it changes distribution modelBy William Turvill 12 September 9:01
The Nuneaton Tribune will now be available to pick up from 99 outlets across the area rather than being delivered through letter boxes.