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09 Feb 2016
Walker, who currently hosts Afternoon Edition on BBC Radio 5 Live and Football Focus on BBC One, said he was "thrilled" to join the BBC's daily morning news programme.
Media groups lose Court of Appeal bid to lift ban on reporting details of Tony Blair plot terror trial09 Feb 2016
Media organisations today lost a challenge against continuing restrictions on reporting a terrorism trial which was held in conditions of unprecedented secrecy.
04 Feb 2016
A magazine publisher has been fined £10,000 after being found to be in contempt of court as a result of the way a high-profile criminal trial was covered.
29 Jan 2016
The 43-year-old takes up his position after a short stint as chief executive of media giant 21st Century Fox, a role he only took up in July, succeeding his father, Rupert.
Court face-off between Max Clifford and former royal butler over secrets leaked to News of the World25 Jan 2016
Former royal butler Paul Burrell has denied that he was angry and hurt at private information being passed to the News of the World by disgraced PR guru Max Clifford because the story did not sell.
25 Jan 2016
Rolling news coverage on the BBC is at risk of being axed as part of widespread cost cutting measures at the corporation, the Trust's chairman has indicated.
25 Jan 2016
Clifford, currently serving an eight-year jail sentence for sex offences, has branded Burrell's £50,000 action for breach of confidence and misuse of private information an ''affront to common sense".
19 Jan 2016
Twitter is down for many users in the UK, with the social media platform's website and mobile apps inaccessible for many.
Force refuses to let officers be quizzed by Scottish Parliament over RIPA abuse to find journalistic sources11 Jan 2016
MSPs on the Justice Committee wanted to hear from four officers who were connected with the decisions leading up to the breaches.
29 Dec 2015
The Labour leader said making general election-style set pieces a yearly fixture would help the public "engage more in politics" and urged his rival not to "shrink" from a public contest.
'Don't govern from the shadows': Cameron urged to scrap FoI review as Labour says it would extend act18 Dec 2015
A Labour government would give citizens access to policy-making processes "at every level", deputy leader Tom Watson has promised, as he accused David Cameron of trying to avoid public scrutiny and "govern from the shadows".
11 Dec 2015
Tributes have been paid to award-winning journalist Ian Bell who has died at the age of 59.
10 Dec 2015
A BBC reporter who criticised the corporation for nominating boxer Tyson Fury for the Sports Personality of the Year award says he has been suspended.
Alan Yentob steps down as BBC creative director after Kids Company role proved 'serious distraction'03 Dec 2015
Alan Yentob has stepped down as BBC creative director, saying that his role at failed charity Kids Company was a "serious distraction". But he will continue his work presenting BBC programme Imagine.
03 Dec 2015
The undercover reporter known as the Fake Sheikh is due to appear in court today charged with conspiring to pervert the course of justice.
02 Dec 2015
The Scottish government wants budgets to be transferred to BBC Scotland under the charter renewal process for the corporation.
02 Dec 2015
Richard Ayre said viewers and listeners will be "more than ready" to point out when they believe the corporation has not acted impartially, while BBC Trust chairman Rona Fairhead said impartiality is "absolutely critical".
26 Nov 2015
A former Broadmoor Hospital worker has been jailed for eight months for selling stories to The Sun about notorious patients including the Yorkshire Ripper.