The Sun

By William Turvill | 17 Apr 2014
The News UK title, which has previously paid Walsh £400,000 in damages for defamation, issued a clarification on page two of the newspaper today.
By Press Association and Press Gazette | 15 Apr 2014
Andy Coulson today denied he was a bully and "absolutely rejected" that there was a culture of bullying at the News of the World while he was editor.
By Press Association and Press Gazette | 15 Apr 2014
He did not know the practice was illegal but would have regarded it as "intrusive" and "lazy journalism", he told the jury at the Old Bailey hacking trial.
By Press Association and Press Gazette | 14 Apr 2014
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson went into the witness box today to defend himself against allegations of conspiracies to hack phones and pay public officials for stories.
Tulisa arriving at Southwark Crown Court (REUTERS)
By William Turvill | 14 Apr 2014
Pop singer Tulisa Contostavlos is suing The Sun over a story in which she was branded a “home-wrecker” by the former partner of Danny Simpson.
By Press Gazette | 04 Apr 2014
The Sun and the Daily Mirror have been denied accreditation to cover next week's Champions League quarter-final return leg between Bayern Munich and Manchester United - after the German side complained of "disrespectful, discriminatory and personally insulting" coverage.
By Press Gazette | 02 Apr 2014

The Scottish Sun has been cleared of breaching the Editors' Code by paying a witness in a murder trial.

The Press Complaints Commission has accepted the paper's explanation that the payment was made after the case had concluded.

By Axegrinder | 02 Apr 2014
News UK has said it will do it all can to help arrested Sun journalists. But surely this is not what it had in mind.
By Dominic Ponsford | 26 Mar 2014

The Sun claims it is the first UK national newspaper to regularly print dedicated Twitter hashtags next to stories.

By Dominic Ponsford | 21 Mar 2014

Actor James Corden proves good value for The Sun today as guest editor with an edition which includes interviews with Prime Minister David Cameron and olympic diver Tom Daley (his first since revealing that he is gay).

By Dominic Ponsford | 17 Mar 2014
A Sun journalist facing trial for ‘conspiracy to cause misconduct in public office’ has highlighted the plight of the many UK journalists caught up in criminal investigations prompted by the hacking scandal.
Rebekah Brooks arriving at the Old Bailey with husband Charlie (Credit: Reuters)
By Press Association | 28 Feb 2014
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks spoke of her embarrassment today at turning down the exclusive story on the MPs' expenses scandal.
Rebekah Brooks arrives at the Old Bailey (Reuters)
By Press Association | 27 Feb 2014
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks has admitted paying public officials for information on "half a dozen" occasions during her time as a newspaper editor.
Rebekah Brooks arrives at the Old Bailey (Reuters)
By Press Association | 27 Feb 2014
Former Sun editor Rebekah Brooks told a court the newspaper's coverage of boxer Frank Bruno's mental breakdown was a "terrible mistake".
Rebekah Brooks arrives at the Old Bailey (Reuters)
By Press Association | 26 Feb 2014
The first phone hacking arrests at the News of the World caused Rebekah Brooks "huge shock and confusion", the former editor said in court today.
Andrew Mitchel on his bicycle
By Darren Boyle | 26 Feb 2014
A police officer who leaked information on the Plebgate scandal to The Sun has been sacked, the Metropolitan Police Service has confirmed.
Rebekah Brooks arrives at the Old Bailey (Reuters)
By Press Association | 26 Feb 2014
Rebekah Brooks told how her "complicated" relationship with ex lover Andy Coulson came under strain as they chased David Beckham stories for rival papers. Brooks used her friendship with Victoria Beckham and her footballer husband to demonstrate the "Chinese Wall" between them
Rebekah Brooks arriving at the Old Bailey for day two of her defence (Credit: Reuters)
By Press Association | 21 Feb 2014
Rebekah Brooks paid £1,000,000 to buy up David Beckham’s autobiography, she told the Old Bailey.
Rebekah Brooks arrives at the Old Bailey (Reuters)
By Press Association | 20 Feb 2014
Rebekah Brooks has denied knowing anything about phone-hacking while she was editor of the News of the World.
Rebekah Brooks arrives at the Old Bailey (Reuters)
By Press Association | 20 Feb 2014
Rebekah Brooks met with Tony Blair and the “original New Labour crew” before the The Sun dramatically switched sides before the 1997 General Election, the Old Bailey heard today.

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