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By William Turvill | 29 Apr 2013
A mother of six on benefits who was reported to be asking that she be re-housed in an exclusive London area failed in a bid to gag The Sunday Times.
By William Turvill | 22 Apr 2013
A survey has found that 4 per cent of people would be willing to pay for broadsheets’ web content.
By William Turvill | 26 Mar 2013
Earlier this month, on International Women’s Day, Press Gazette asked readers to name the most inspiring female journalists. After a huge response, ex-Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin came top.
By Dominic Ponsford | 11 Mar 2013
Sunday Times political editor Isabel Oakeshott has said she did not fail in her “duty of care” to Vicky Pryce by publishing the story which ultimately led to her being jailed today.
By Bethan Haf Marsh | 06 Mar 2013
The Mail on Sunday’s George Arbuthnott has been named winner of The Sunday Times’ inaugural Marie Colvin scholarship.
By Andrew Pugh | 04 Mar 2013
The Press Complaints Commission has rejected claims by Gordon Brown’s office that an article reporting how the former Prime Minister has received more than £2m in fees and expenses since leaving office amounted to a “deliberate slur”.
By William Turvill | 19 Feb 2013
Broadsheet newspapers have backed The Sunday Times’ decision not to accept freelance submissions from Syria.
By William Turvill | 12 Feb 2013
News International is creating a new merged web team working across The Times and Sunday Times.
The phone-calls between Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce taped by the Sunday Times in bid to stand up storyBy PA Mediapoint | 06 Feb 2013
Vicky Pryce recorded four phone calls to her ex-husband Chris Huhne as she tried to get him to admit points-swapping for a speeding offence took place in 2003 and provide proof for the newspaper story about the scandal, a court has been told.
Chris Huhne's trial by media and why we have the News of the World to thank for his exposure as a liarBy Dominic Ponsford | 05 Feb 2013
Those who despised the News of the World’s fascination with the sex lives of the powerful and famous should perhaps bear in mind that without that now defunct paper Chris Huhne would still be Energy and Secretary and we would be unaware that he was seriously dishonest.
By Gavin Rodgers | 05 Feb 2013
A British war photographer has been told not to submit his pictures from the Syria war zone to The Sunday Times because they “do not wish to encourage freelancers to take exceptional risks”.
Acting Sunday Times editor apologises in person to Jewish leaders - cartoon is removed from e-editionBy Dominic Ponsford | 30 Jan 2013
Acting Sunday Times editor Martin Ivens met Jewish community leaders and issued an unreserved apology for the publication of a Gerald Scarfe cartoon which has since been condemned as anti-semitic.
By William Turvill | 29 Jan 2013
The artist behind a Sunday Times cartoon criticised as “anti-semitic” has apologised for the “very unfortunate timing” of the sketch, which was published on Holocaust Memorial Day.
By William Turvill | 29 Jan 2013
The president of the Political Cartoon Society has described the uproar surrounding a Sunday Times sketch judged to be anti-semitic as “a storm in a teacup”.
By Andrew Pugh | 21 Jan 2013
David Walsh, The Sunday Times reporter who led the way in exposing drugs cheat Lance Armstrong, wants a third meeting with the US cyclist to address unanswered questions over the doping scandal.
By Dominic Ponsford | 18 Jan 2013
Sunday Times editor John Witherow has been appointed acting editor of The Times tonight.
By Andrew Pugh | 18 Jan 2013
The Sunday Times today warned Lance Armstrong it will “vigorously” pursue its fraud case against the disgraced cyclist following his first public admission that he used performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France victories.
By Andrew Pugh | 17 Jan 2013
Ex-Sunday Times sports reporter Paul Kimmage has accused Bradley Wiggins of attacking the messenger after the Tour de France winner said he had been “eaten up” by his interest in the Lance Armstrong saga.
By PA Mediapoint | 15 Jan 2013
Oprah Winfrey has revealed Lance Armstrong did not come clean in the way she had expected him to in her interview with the disgraced cyclist.
By PA Media Lawyer | 15 Jan 2013
Prince Albert of Monaco and his wife, Princess Charlene, have accepted an offer of damages over a Sunday Times story which suggested that she was reluctant to marry him.