The Guardian

By William Turvill and Press Association | 21 Apr 2014
The ruling, by Mr Justice Bean, has been made in proceedings being reported by The Guardian in which a woman is suing services company Serco.
By Axegrinder | 17 Apr 2014
Spare a thought for The Guardian, which today issued a clarification on its online story claiming the Vatican had hired a hawk to protect the Pope’s doves.
By Dominic Ponsford | 16 Apr 2014
Richard Caseby may no longer be managing editor of The Sun but he is still securing apologies from The Guardian in his new job as director of strategic communications at the Department of Work and Pensions.
Dr Liam Fox has accused The Guardian of "ignorance and arrogance" over its NSA stories (Reuters)
By William Turvill | 16 Apr 2014
Two days after The Guardian won a Pulitzer Prize in the United States, Britain’s former defence minister Liam Fox will today use a speech in Washington to accuse the paper of “ignorance and arrogance” over its NSA stories.
By Press Association and Press Gazette | 15 Apr 2014
Andy Coulson said he would have turned down Edward Snowden's leaked information if he had been offered it when he was editor of the News of the World.
By William Turvill | 15 Apr 2014
The Guardian and Washington Post have been named as the joint winners of the US Pulitzer Prize for public service journalism for their National Security Agency stories.
By Press Gazette | 11 Apr 2014
The Guardian is set to find out next week whether its revelations of government surveillance, based on leaked material from the whistleblower Edward Snowden, has earnt the title a coveted Pulitzer prize - while senior ministers in the UK have been warned that the leaks have caused severe damage to n
By Press Gazette | 04 Apr 2014
The Guardian has won yet another award for its revelations of widespread government surveillance, based on documents leaked by the NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
By Press Gazette | 02 Apr 2014
The Guardian was named newspaper of the year at the Press Awards last night in recognition of its reporting into government surveillance activities in the US, Britain and elsewhere.
By Press Gazette | 01 Apr 2014
The journalist most associated with the coverage of Edward Snowden's leak of phone and internet surveillance by the National Security Agency has been named his year's recipient of the University of Georgia's McGill Medal for Journalistic Courage.
By Dominic Ponsford | 28 Mar 2014
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger warned today that is almost impossible for journalists to maintain the confidentiality of their sources because of the threat of surveillance.
By Press Gazette | 28 Mar 2014
One of the Guardian journalists who worked on the Edward Snowden files, James Ball, has received an award from his former journalism school, City University in London.
By Dominic Ponsford | 28 Mar 2014
Senior editor at The Economist Edward Lucas this morning suggested that the West was unprepared for the Russian invasion of Crimea as a consequence of the Edward Snowden revelations by The Guardian.
By Press Gazette | 27 Mar 2014
More than a quarter of a million pounds of public money has been spent on legal fees to attempt to block the publication of the Prince of Wales's letters to ministers, parliament has been told.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette | 25 Mar 2014
The Government will pursue the Guardian newspaper for legal costs if it successfully blocks the publication of the Prince of Wales's letters to ministers.
By Press Gazette | 20 Mar 2014
The Guardian has signed cartoonist Andrew Marlton to contribute to the Australian, UK and US editions of the title.
By Press Gazette | 20 Mar 2014
The Guardian's former education editor, Donald MacLeod, is suing the Metropolitan Police over a cycling accident in London which left him with severe brain damage.
By Press Gazette | 18 Mar 2014
Guardian News and Media editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger has been awarded a European Press Prize for overseeing the paper's publication of the Edward Snowden files.
By Dominic Ponsford | 12 Mar 2014
The Attorney General's use of a ministerial veto to stop the public seeing letters the Prince of Wales wrote to government ministers has been ruled unlawful.
By Press Gazette | 10 Mar 2014
The response from US and British authorities to the Guardian's publication of the Edward Snowden files has taught all journalists to be "paranoid" about their online security, Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger has said.