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Guido Fawkes, the political blog which launched in 2004, now has four full-time members of staff and is plotting international expansion across the English-speaking world (except for the US) after May’s general election.
With this in mind, any future recruits should take note of the faux pas made by the website's latest signing, Jeremy Wilson.
The number one military contact of the Sun's chief reporter could have been the wife of an army officer who wanted to avoid the "shame and ignominy" of passing on "pillow talk", for all a tabloid boss knew, a court heard today.
Deputy editor Geoff Webster (pic: Reuters) is on trial at the Old Bailey accused of signing off payments to a Ministry of Defence official at the request of veteran journalist John Kay.
Kath Viner has won the staff ballot for her application to be editor-in-chief of The Guardian, guaranteeing her a place on the shortlist for the position.
Viner, editor-in-chief of Guardian US, was among four candidates who chose to take part in a hustings process for the job, which is being vacated by Alan Rusbridger this summer after 20 years.
According to The Guardian, she recieved 438 first-choice votes - 53 per cent of the total cast.
The Home Office appears determined not to allow journalists to defend their sources against phone records grabs.
This was the warning from Liberal Democrat peer Lord Strasburger following a debate this week about the Serious Crime Bill.
Following the Press Gazette Save Our Sources campaign the Government has promised to rush through measures to ensure police forces obtain judicial sign-off before accessing journalists’ phone records.
The Old Bailey was told yesterday how a Fleet Street reporter who has been “at the top of his game" for 50 years has been placed on trial for simply doing his job.
Sun chief reporter John Kay, 71, has been in the dock at the Old Bailey for two months accused of conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office by paying government employees for stories.
Kay is on trial along side Sun executive edtir Fergus Shanahan, royal editor Duncan Larcombe and deputy editor Geoff Webster.
Prime Minister David Cameron is refusing to take part in the schedule of general election leader debates put forward by broadcasters.
Instead he has put forward his own proposal for one debate involving seven party leaders to take place in three weeks’ time.
Broadcasters had agreed to host three debates in the month before the 7 May general election: two featuring seven party leaders and one featuring just Miliband and Cameron.
An individual's right to control his or her private information was "cruelly and irretrievably" taken away by Mirror Group Newspapers, the High Court phone-hacking trial has heard.
At a hearing to decide the amount of compensation to be awarded in eight representative cases, counsel David Sherborne said that by hacking a voicemail, it violated the rights of "human autonomy, dignity and psychological integrity" on a "deliberate, systematic and sustained basis", with no conceivable public interest, but purely for commercial profit.
The chairman of the Regulatory Funding Company (RFC), which funds the Independent Press Standards Organisation, has stepped down from the post, it was announced today.
Paul Vickers, formerly secretary and group legal director of Trinity Mirror, has resigned as a director and chairman with immediate effect.
He said that having devoted a huge amount of time to setting up the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso), he did not want his position to be used by its enemies "as a weapon with which to beat it".
Broadcasters Sky News and Channel 4 have attempted to break the logjam over televised leaders' debates in the run-up to the general election by offering to host a head-to-head clash between David Cameron and Ed Miliband on a date of the politicians' choosing.
The initiative came after Labour leader Mr Miliband issued a direct challenge to Mr Cameron at Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) in the House of Commons to commit himself to taking part in a debate already scheduled by the two broadcasters for 30 April.