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Sir Harold Evans backs Guardian's right to scrutinise power despite being underwhelmed by 'narcissistic' Edward SnowdenBy Darren Boyle | 21 Oct 2013
Former Times and Sunday Times editor Harold Evans has backed the Guardian over its decision to publish stories based on Edward Snowden’s leaked documents.
By William Turvill | 10 Sep 2013
The Guardian has defended its decision to give former cabinet minister Chris Huhne a column.
By Dominic Ponsford | 09 Sep 2013
Disgraced former cabinet minister Chris Huhne has used the first instalment of a new weekly column in The Guardian to suggest a conspiracy in the Murdoch-owned press was behind his downfall.
By Gavriel Hollander | 17 May 2013
The Sun has removed a story from its website claiming that Chris Huhne had been bullied whilst in prison following a complaint to the Press Complaints Commission.
Chris Huhne's partner Carina Trimingham drops appeal over rejected Daily Mail privacy and harassment claimBy Andrew Pugh | 19 Feb 2013
MP Chris Huhne's partner Carina Trimingham has dropped her appeal against last year’s High Court rejection of her privacy and harassment claim against Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers.
By PA Mediapoint | 07 Feb 2013
Disgraced MP Chris Huhne's ex-wife confided in a political journalist over lunch about how he had got her to take his speeding points years before, a court has heard.
The phone-calls between Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce taped by the Sunday Times in bid to stand up storyBy PA Mediapoint | 06 Feb 2013
Vicky Pryce recorded four phone calls to her ex-husband Chris Huhne as she tried to get him to admit points-swapping for a speeding offence took place in 2003 and provide proof for the newspaper story about the scandal, a court has been told.
Chris Huhne's trial by media and why we have the News of the World to thank for his exposure as a liarBy Dominic Ponsford | 05 Feb 2013
Those who despised the News of the World’s fascination with the sex lives of the powerful and famous should perhaps bear in mind that without that now defunct paper Chris Huhne would still be Energy and Secretary and we would be unaware that he was seriously dishonest.