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Six people remain in custody after an investigation by The Sun on Sunday revealed allegations of professional football match fixing.
An undercover investigator from the paper met ex-Portsmouth player Sam Sodje, who allegedly said he could arrange for footballers in the Championship to get themselves a yellow card in return for tens of thousands of pounds.
The 34-year-old also claimed he could rig Premier League games and even said he was preparing to fix matches at next year's World Cup in Brazil, the newspaper reported.
A group of free speech campaigners are planning to set up a rival system of press regulation which they say will be fully compliant with the Leveson plan.
Last week most national newspaper publishers and a number of major regional and magazine groups signed contracts on joining the Independent Press Standards Organisation. This new system of self regulation has been criticised for lacking independence from the publishing industry.
Veteran broadcaster Sir Trevor McDonald today described his interview with Nelson Mandela days after his release as “one of the most cherished memoires” of his journalistic life.
Writing in The Sunday Times, McDonald said he met Mandela in the back garden of his small home in Soweto in 1990.
News UK is set to launch a range of new Sun+ smartphone and tablet apps in the New Year after the company announced they have passed the 100,000 subscribers mark.
The Sun started charging for access in August and now more than 117,000 people are said to be subscribing to the service. Some 102,000 of those are accessing the paper either online, on smartphone or by tablet while the remaining 15,000 subscribers use special codes published in the print edition.
The Saturday edition of the Daily Mail has overtaken The Sun to become the biggest selling newspaper.
The Sun remains the nation’s most popular newspaper between Monday and Friday as well as on Sunday.
According to new Audit Bureau of Circulations figures released today, the Saturday edition of the Daily Mail sells on average 2,474,439 compared with 2,453,981.
On average The Sun shifts 2.9 million copies a day.
Former England international Paul Gascoigne denied claims that he injected cocaine and instead insists he was “just getting the lady a syringe”, court documents have shown.
The star is suing the Daily Express and the Daily Star following a series of stories published on 13 and 14 February in both papers and their respective websites for defamation and invasion of privacy.
According to court documents, Gascoigne is seeking at least £25,000 in damages for defamation and misuse of private information.
Watch Press Gazette's video report from the 2013 British Journalism Awards.
Held at Stationers' Hall on Monday, 2 December, the Santander-sponsored event was to promote journalism in the public interest.