The Sun

By Press Gazette | 25 Jul 2014
Reggie Nunkoo, 40, of Lynmouth Road, Walthamstow, entered guilty pleas on two counts of conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office while working as a customs officer.
By Alex Marunchak | 25 Jul 2014
The Sun proudly trumpeted (p2 The Sun 23 July 2014) "Wapping Sun sets" as it printed its final "historic edition" from Fortress Wapping - in the shadow of the less imposing, but infinitely more historic, Tower of London.
By Press Gazette | 23 Jul 2014
The singer (pictured, Reuters), 26, told this week, after her trial for allegedly brokering a drugs deal collapsed, how a year of her life had been "ruined".
By Press Gazette | 21 Jul 2014
The trial of Tulisa Contostavlos over drugs allegations has collapsed.
By Press Gazette | 18 Jul 2014
A jury took just over an hour and a half to find ex-Wiltshire Police officer Darren Jennings (not pictured) guilty of committing misconduct in a public office following a trial at the Old Bailey.
By PA Mediapoint | 18 Jul 2014
An undercover reporter has told a court he wanted to "expose criminality" about an alleged drug deal involving Tulisa Constostavlos (pictured, Reuters) and it was "outrageous" to suggest he spiked the singer's drink during one of their meetings.
By PA Mediapoint | 16 Jul 2014
Darren Jennings (not pictured) is on trial at the Old Bailey accused of committing misconduct in a public office while he worked for Wiltshire Police in September 2010.
By William Turvill | 15 Jul 2014
Questions have been raised about the relationship between The Sun and Newcastle United, with rival journalists suggesting the two organisations have entered into a ‘media partnership’.
By PA Mediapoint | 15 Jul 2014
A former police constable has gone on trial accused of offering to sell information to the Sun about a "womanising and bullying" colleague, a court heard.
By William Turvill | 14 Jul 2014
A man who won £70,000 libel damages from The Sun after the paper accused him of being a paedophile has been jailed for life – for being a paedophile.
By William Turvill | 10 Jul 2014
Collymore said that a story reporting his Twitter reaction to comment from his ex-girlfriend Ulrika Jonsson, headlined "I only hit her with open hand", was inaccurate and misleading, in breach of clause 1 of the Editors' Code of Practice.
By William Turvill | 08 Jul 2014
Rupert Murdoch shut down Victoria Newton's old paper, the News of the World, and seven months later gave her and a group of Sun colleagues just a week to launch its replacement.
By William Turvill | 01 Jul 2014
The Sun was the first newspaper to report that Harris, who was yesterday convicted of 12 sex attacks on four girls, in April last year – the month after his arrest, and five months after he was initially questioned by police.
By William Turvill | 26 Jun 2014
In a letter, Sir Bob Kerslake told the newspaper’s editor, Alan Rusbridger, that Caseby, director of communications for the Department of Work and Pensions, had been spoken to about the piece, published by Press Gazette last month.
By William Turvill | 25 Jun 2014
An editorial, headlined “CPS on trial”, declared the verdict a “triumph for British justice and two fingers up to the baying mob”. The newspaper’s front page pictured Brooks outside the Old Bailey yesterday with the headline: “GREAT DAY FOR RED TOPS”.
By Axegrinder | 17 Jun 2014
Today’s paper admits an error had been made in saying that Tina McIntyre, of Coronation Street, had been pushed from a rooftop by Ken Barlow’s son, Peter.
By Press Gazette | 13 Jun 2014
The Liverpool Echo today quotes an anonymous source saying that Labour leader Ed Miliband has apologised for being pictured with The Sun's free special edition yesterday.
By Dominic Ponsford | 12 Jun 2014
The Sun today launched one of the biggest newspaper marketing campaigns ever in the UK as it sent a newspaper to nearly every household in England.
By Press Gazette | 11 Jun 2014
A judge has ruled that police statements related to the Plebgate row at should be disclosed to both former Conservative Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell and The Sun ahead of a an expected libel trial.
By Press Association | 21 May 2014
Former editor Rebekah Brooks (pictured: Reuters) is accused of sanctioning payments to a public official for information about Army personnel.