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Sky News reporter 'devastated' by McCann troll death: 'The enormity of what's happened will always be with me'23 Mar 2015
An inquest in Leicester was told that Brenda Leyland was found dead two days after her involvement in online abuse of Madeleine McCann's parents was exposed by Sky News.
23 Mar 2015
A former News of the World royal reporter from east London has been convicted of using a soldier in Prince Harry's regiment as a paid tipster, it can now be reported.
20 Mar 2015
Four senior Sun journalists have been cleared of paying public officials for scoops, including titbits on the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Mirror phone-hacking court told: 'There was no higher journalistic purpose, MGN has - rightly - not taken any public interest point'20 Mar 2015
The High Court is facing an "unparallelled" task in deciding the amount of damages to be awarded in eight phone-hacking claims, a judge has heard.
Former immigration centre official tells court he leaked to The Sun because what was happening 'was beyond belief'18 Mar 2015
A former official at a Serco-run immigration centre told a court that bosses might have "perversely" wanted him to sell stories to The Sun to expose what was going on there.
Ex-Daily Mirror journalist James Hipwell tells court hacking was 'endemic' - and denies 'ultimate payback' motivation16 Mar 2015
Former Mirror Group journalist James Hipwell has denied that giving evidence to the High Court phone-hacking trial was the "ultimate payback" for going to prison over the "City Slickers" share-dealing scandal.
12 Mar 2015
Ed Miliband's silence over the Mirror Group's phone-hacking could be due to his desire not to offend the one news organisation arguing in his favour, William Hague has said. (Picture: Reuters)
Reporter Tom Wells tells court: No-one at The Sun ever said paying public officials could be illegal11 Mar 2015
A Sun reporter on trial for paying three public officials for tips told jurors today that his newsdesk "knew exactly" who his sources were even before he first spoke to them.
'These guys have ruined my life. I have no life': Gazza tells court of link between phone-hacking and his alcoholism11 Mar 2015
Paul Gascoigne told the High Court today that phone-hacking was linked to his alcoholism.
Michael Grade: Broadcasters are 'playing politics' and breaching impartiality rules with debate threats11 Mar 2015
A former chairman of the BBC and ITV has accused channel bosses of breaching impartiality rules by threatening to stage election debates without David Cameron.
10 Mar 2015
The flight attendant ex-girlfriend of footballer Rio Ferdinand sobbed as she told the High Court that the hacking of her voicemails had left her feeling "hounded" by the press.
Head of Public Accounts Committee tells BBC Trust chair Rona Fairhead she should resign or be sacked over HSBC role10 Mar 2015
Margaret Hodge, chair of the Public Accounts Committee, said that Rona Fairhead, who chaired the audit committee of the bank, had been "either incredibly naive or totally incompetent".
Old Bailey jury retires to consider verdicts on Sun's John Kay, Geoffrey Webster, Duncan Larcombe and Fergus Shanahan10 Mar 2015
The jury has retired to deliberate on its verdicts in the trial of four senior journalists from The Sun newspaper accused of paying government employees for stories.
Former Corrie actress tells how Mirror phone-hacking led to 'secret marriage', break-up and I'm a Celebrity... stories09 Mar 2015
Actress Shobna Gulati (pictured, Shutterstock) has told the High Court that phone-hacking led to her son being bullied at school.
09 Mar 2015
TV executive Alan Yentob (pictured, Reuters) has told the High Court that he felt "invaded and sickened" by the phone-hacking to which he was subjected by journalists from Mirror Group Newspapers.
05 Mar 2015
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.
Mirror titles spent £2.25m paying private investigators from 2000 to 2007, High Court hacking trial told05 Mar 2015
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.
04 Mar 2015
BBC Trust boss Rona Fairhead has proposed setting up an external regulator with "strong powers" to oversee the corporation.
04 Mar 2015
The police officer at the centre of the notorious Downing Street "Plebgate" incident has accepted £80,000 damages in settlement of his libel action against former chief whip Andrew Mitchell.
03 Mar 2015
Phone-hacking was "rife" at all three of Mirror Group Newspaper's (MGN) national titles by mid-1999 at the latest, the High Court has heard.