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By Dominic Ponsford | 20 May 2016
The Sun said the Supreme Court has created a "cheaters' charter" by saying there was no public interest in its revelations about a celebrity's extra-marital threesome.
Supreme Court upholds threesome injunction: The Sun has shown no public interest in publication of 'prurient' storyBy Dominic Ponsford | 19 May 2016
The celebrity seeking to ban The Sun and others from revealing he was involved in an extra-marital threesome with another couple has had an injunction maintained by the Supreme Court pending a full trial.
Belmarsh prison 'whistleblower' who was 'given up' to police by Daily Mirror publisher appeals against convictionBy Dominic Ponsford | 18 May 2016
The Daily Mirror publisher's decision to hand over details of a journalist's prison service source to police was at the centre of a bid yesterday to overturn an Operative Elveden conviction.
IPSO shows it has backbone with Sun Brexit ruling, but editor's defiance undermines press self regulationBy Dominic Ponsford | 18 May 2016
IPSO today dealt a blow to those who have claimed the press regulator is the industry's "poodle" with a critical adjudication which has clearly left its biggest member newspaper fuming.
Defiant Sun editor Gallagher says he is right - Queen and IPSO wrong over 'misleading' Brexit front pageBy Dominic Ponsford | 18 May 2016
Sun editor Tony Gallagher today defiantly said IPSO and The Queen were wrong and he was right over a front-page headline saying "The Queen backs Brexit".
By Dominic Ponsford | 18 May 2016
The Sun's "Queen backs Brexit" headline was inaccurate, the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has ruled.
Sun fights another privacy legal gag: Brought by celebrity sued by hairdresser for 'sexual misconduct'By Dominic Ponsford | 17 May 2016
It has emerged that The Sun is involved in a third high-profile privacy legal fight – against a celebrity who wants to keep secret details of a legal complaint against him for sexual "misconduct".
By Freddy Mayhew | 17 May 2016
It's a curiosity of the NAPA news agency awards that often the byline on the big screen does not match the name of journalist collecting the trophy.
Sun crime reporter Anthony France clears 'first hurdle' in bid to get Operation Elveden conviction overturnedBy Freddy Mayhew | 11 May 2016
Sun crime reporter Anthony France, the only journalist to have been convicted under Operation Elveden, passed the first stage in having his conviction overturned by the Court of Appeal.
Former prostitute at centre of actor injunction regrets speaking to press six years ago: 'I was an idiot'By PA Mediapoint | 06 May 2016
The former prostitute at the centre of an injunction over claims that she slept with a famous British actor has said she regrets speaking to the press.
Much phone-hacking evidence against The Sun said to be 'weak', but at least 11 civil hacking claims will go aheadBy Dominic Ponsford | 03 May 2016
The Sun is facing at least 11 phone-hacking claims after failing to get civil litigation thrown out at a pre-trial stage.
By PA Mediapoint | 28 Apr 2016
A High Court judge has given the go-ahead to phone-hacking damages claims against The Sun.
By Dominic Ponsford | 27 Apr 2016
The Sun today apologised again for its 1989 coverage of the Hillsborough disaster as Liverpool supporters were cleared by an inquest jury of blame for the tragedy in which 96 died.
By John Reynolds | 26 Apr 2016
The royal editor of The Sun Duncan Larcombe, who was found not guilty of paying a former sergeant for scoops on Prince William and Harry last year, is to leave the paper.
By Dominic Ponsford | 26 Apr 2016
The Sun today declined to comment on the Hillsborough inquest verdict has Liverpool fans were cleared of blame The Sun and Hillsborough: Tabloid issued front-page apology in 2012 for 'blackest day in its history'for the tragedy in which 96 people died.
Chris Evans 'out of control' says The Sun - tabloid publishing 'unfounded nonsense for its own reasons' says BBCBy Dominic Ponsford | 26 Apr 2016
The latest in a series of Sun stories about the behaviour of BBC Top Gear host and Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans has led the BBC to accuse the tabloid of printing "unfounded nonsense".
Boris Johnson's attack on 'part-Kenyan' Barack Obama in The Sun based on false premise says Downing StreetBy PA Mediapoint | 22 Apr 2016
Boris Johnson has come under fire over his attack on the "part-Kenyan" US president Barack Obama.
'Everybody counts or nobody counts': Sun crime editor speaks out over racism around coverage of crimeBy Dominic Ponsford | 22 Apr 2016
Sun crime reporter Mike Sullivan has revealed how he when he first joined the paper, in the early 1990s, the ethnicity of a victim of crime could decide whether the newsdesk wanted the story covered.
By Dominic Ponsford | 21 Apr 2016
The Sun was the fastest-growing national newspaper website month on month in March up 10.2 per cent compared with February.
Lifting of celebrity injunction would have 'devastating consequences' for couple's children, Supreme Court toldBy PA Mediapoint | 21 Apr 2016
A legal battle by a celebrity for an injunction to prevent him being named in a tabloid newspaper story about his alleged extra-marital activities has reached the UK's highest court.