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25 Nov 2013
Seven journalists, three prison officers and one police officer have denied separate allegations relating to an investigation into payments made to police and public officials.
01 Nov 2013
01 Nov 2013
Prosecutors will today continue to lay out the case against former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and ex-News of the World editor Andy Coulson and other colleagues accused of phone hacking, after it was revealed that the former colleagues had an affair for at least six years.
30 Oct 2013
The Queen has given her approval to a new Royal Charter governing the regulation of the press.
Cameron threatens injunctions and other 'tough measures' if Guardian fails to show 'social responsibility' over Snowden leaks28 Oct 2013
Newspapers could have injunctions imposed on them if they fail to act responsibly by publishing further "damaging" security leaks, David Cameron warned today.
Lab MP warns of 'threats and smears' against Guardian as Tory says paper must hand over encryption code17 Oct 2013
The Guardian newspaper is facing a campaign of smears aimed at damaging its credibility following its disclosures of files leaked by former CIA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, a Labour MP suggested today.
16 Oct 2013
The Guardian knows that it compromised Britain's national security when it decided to use information leaked by a former National Security Agency employee, the Prime Minister said today.
02 Oct 2013
The row between Labour leader Ed Miliband and the Daily Mail could influence politicians deciding on a new system of press regulation, a leading national newspaper executive has warned. Rival systems of pres regulation proposed by Parliament and publishers are being considered by the Privy Council, which next meets on 9 October. Independent and Evening Standard content director Chris Blackhurst said it would be hard to "ignore what's been going on".
30 Sep 2013
Ed Miliband has hit back at the Daily Mail over an article it ran calling his father Ralph "the man who hated Britain".
25 Sep 2013
The publisher of former spin doctor Damian McBride's memoirs has been questioned by police after grappling with a protester during a live television interview.
25 Sep 2013
A member of police staff based at New Scotland Yard has been arrested by detectives investigating alleged corrupt payments to public officials.
24 Sep 2013
Labour's former spin doctor Damian McBride has said he did not believe that Ed Miliband and Ed Balls were aware of the details of his briefing activities when he was working for Gordon Brown.
18 Sep 2013
Eight people including a former Sun deputy news editor, an ex-Daily Mirror journalist, a police officer and a prison officer have appeared in court over allegations of corrupt payments to police and public officials.
13 Sep 2013
One of the BBC's senior PR staff has been appointed to lead a review of the corporation's governance system, examining the relationship between the BBC Trust and executives at the broadcaster.
09 Sep 2013
Mark Thompson is to be questioned today by a parliamentary committee in the wake of controversy over large pay-offs to BBC executives.
06 Sep 2013
Former BBC director general Mark Thompson has launched a scathing attack on the BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten, accusing him of misleading Parliament over pay-offs to exiting top brass at the broadcaster.
05 Sep 2013
A former senior Sun journalist, an ex-Daily Mirror journalist, a police officer and a prison officer have appeared in court charged in relation to the investigation into corrupt payments to police and public officials.
'Why is it ok to pursue journalists but not the City?' ask MPs as Soca given deadline to reveal rogue investigator clients04 Sep 2013
A list of clients of rogue private detectives is to be published by Monday after a group of influential MPs handed the heads of a national police unit a shock ultimatum.