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By Dominic Ponsford | 28 Jul 2015
Founder board member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation Bill Newman has been sacked from the body - apparently because he used to work for The Sun.
By Dominic Ponsford | 27 Jul 2015
Lord Sewel quit his £84,500 a year role, which included overseeing conduct issues in the Upper House, after the dramatic expose by Sun journalist Stephen Moyes.
Met press office provided journalists' mobile numbers so police could view call records and find sourcesBy William Turvill | 21 Jul 2015
The Met Police made a series of errors in secret applications to view the phone records of Sun journalists and showed a complete failure to consider issues around the confidentiality of sources, a court heard.
By William Turvill and Press Association | 20 Jul 2015
Journalists have launched a court fight after complaining about the way police identified ''confidential'' sources.
Photographer Nick Stern removes permission for Sun to use archive in protest at treatment of Anthony FranceBy Dominic Ponsford | 20 Jul 2015
Freelance photographer Nick Stern has withdrawn permission for The Sun to use his images as a protest against the treatment of reporter Anthony France.
Royal Family should 'wake up' says Sun as it defends 'cast iron right' to publish Queen Nazi salute imagesBy Dominic Ponsford | 20 Jul 2015
The Sun today defended its "cast iron right" to publish 80-year-old images of the Queen giving a Nazi salute as a child.
Crowdfunding appeal pays legal fees for convicted Sun reporter after News UK refusal to 'do the right thing'By Dominic Ponsford | 17 Jul 2015
A crowdfunding appeal yesterday took just a few hours to raise more than £3,000 in legal fees for convicted Sun reporter Anthony France.
Judge expresses 'disappointment' as News UK makes convicted reporter and taxpayer cover prosecution costsBy Dominic Ponsford | 16 Jul 2015
An Old Bailey judge today expressed “considerable disappointment” that News UK has refused to pay the prosecution costs for Sun reporter Anthony France.
News UK faces Old Bailey hearing over refusal to pay prosecution costs of convicted reporter Anthony FranceBy Dominic Ponsford | 15 Jul 2015
News UK is set to return to the Old Bailey tomorrow to explain why it has refused to pay the prosecution costs from the trial of Sun reporter Anthony France.
By PA Mediapoint | 08 Jul 2015
A former News of the World royal reporter who was found guilty of getting scoops from one of Prince Harry's comrades has formally had his conviction quashed by the Court of Appeal.
BBC news website under attack ahead of charter review as newspapers call for 'behemoth' to be 'tamed'By William Turvill | 07 Jul 2015
The BBC’s online news presence is set to come under scrutiny in the upcoming charter review, Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has confirmed.
By PA Media Lawyer | 03 Jul 2015
Sarah Hannon only became aware four years later of the precise circumstances of how the article in the newspaper came to be published, solicitor Nicola McCann told Mr Justice Mann at London's High Court.
By William Turvill | 03 Jul 2015
The Sun has told how darts champion Phil “The Power” Taylor attempted to prevent it from publishing an interview with his daughters
By William Turvill | 24 Jun 2015
Guido Fawkes news editor turned Westminster bureau chief Harry Cole is joining The Sun's political team.
By Dominic Ponsford | 19 Jun 2015
The Sun is to make more content available for free online nearly two years after the launch of its digital paywall.
By William Turvill | 17 Jun 2015
David Coverdale was among the journalists to voice their discontent last week when the Mirror and Sky Sports News were offered interviews with new manager Steve McClaren.
Lucy Panton: Betrayed by News Corp, persecuted by police, convicted at trial - cleared with the help of Fleet StreetBy Dominic Ponsford | 17 Jun 2015
Thursday 15 December 2011 is a day former News of the World journalist Lucy Panton says “will permanently be etched in my memory”.
By Dominic Ponsford | 15 Jun 2015
Three charges facing two Sun journalists prosecuted under Operation Elveden have been dropped.
By Cleland Thom | 12 Jun 2015
Many people have compared the stabbing of a teacher in front of his class in Bradford with the murder of Ann Maguire just over a year ago. The circumstances were similar, and the schools were not far apart.
By Dominic Ponsford | 03 Jun 2015
Mail Online now has nearly twice as many UK readers a month on mobile as does on desktop computers, according to the National Readership Survey.