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Two vicars today accepted High Court libel damages and an apology from The Times over an article which said their relationship had scandalised parishioners.
The Revs Tana Riviere and Royston Such, who married in August 1995, were particularly outraged as it was the third time that the newspaper had published the false allegation.
They were also upset that it had chosen to do so when reporting the burning down of Such's church, St Peter in Ropley, Hampshire, the couple's counsel, William Bennett, told Mr Justice Warby.
Telegraph bosses are planning to axe the paper’s daily Mandrake diary column as part of a round of job cuts which will decimate the paper’s editorial staff.
Press Gazette understands that Mandrake editor Tim Walker is at risk of redundancy as well as reporter Katy Balls.
Some 55 journalists are expected to lose their jobs as part of a management bid to cut 10 per cent of Telegraph Media Group’s journalists.
Newsquest has announced proposals to sack around half a dozen journalists at the Lancashire Telegraph.
Press Gazette understands that two trainee journalists, a newsdesk journalist, a long-serving librarian and a number of picture desk staff have been told their jobs could go. A vacant editorial artist position won't be filled under the proposals.
All have been given 30-days notice.
One staffer said the cuts have come “out of the blue” and they fellow moves to transfer more than 20 subbing and production jobs to a subbing “hub” in Newport, Wales, 200 miles away.
Media lead for the Association of Chief Police Officers Colette Paul talks to Press Gazette editor Dominic Ponsford about how journalists and police can rebuild trust between the two professions
Chief constable of Bedfordshire Police Colette Paul begins her stint as Association of Chief Police Officers media lead at a time when relations between journalists and police officers are at something of a low ebb.
A prison officer from Corby was challenged in court about whether he felt a "tweak of conscience" about making thousands of pounds from tabloid newspapers in exchange for "drivel" about James Bulger's killer Jon Venables.
Scott Chapman, 42, was allegedly paid £40,000 for a string of stories about the child killer's time behind bars after he was jailed for child porn offences in 2010.
A senior Sun journalist asked his superiors to "bung" a police officer and a serving soldier hundreds of pounds in exchange for exclusives, a court heard today.
Reporter Jamie Pyatt, 51, is also accused of buying details from Surrey Police PC Simon Quinn for years, making him into an important source of confidential information.
The journalist made a number of expense claims for a "Surrey police contact" who handed over photographs and scoops, the court heard.
Prosecutor Peter Wright QC has said there was extensive phone contact between the reporter and Quinn.
A prison officer from Corby contacted the press about James Bulger killer Jon Venables because of the "complete injustice" of his special treatment behind bars, a court heard.
Scott Chapman is on trial at the Old Bailey accused of accepting £40,000 in exchange for tips about Venables while he was in jail for child porn offences in 2010.
He was allegedly the source of a string of stories in The Sun, News Of The World, Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, People, Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday.