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26 Nov 2014
A prison officer accused of selling stories to The Sun told jurors that if he had been in it for the money he could have sold celebrity "tittle tattle" about snooker world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan's jailed father.
Police witnesses tell Plebgate trial Andrew Mitchell 'unpleasant', 'prone to tantrums' and once called officer 'Mr Plod'25 Nov 2014
A police officer who accompanied former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell on two foreign trips has told the High Court that the MP was "unpleasant until he got what he wanted".
21 Nov 2014
The former News of the World editor and Downing Street communications boss left Hollesley Bay, an open prison in Suffolk, this morning.
20 Nov 2014
Gillian Weatherley, who was dismissed for gross misconduct in April after a disciplinary panel found her to be a "thoroughly dishonest and incredible witness", was on duty on the Downing Street gates in September 2012 when Mitchell tried to cycle through.
Second Plebgate Pc says Mitchell was 'extremely irritated' and describes 'Mexican stand off' at Downing Street19 Nov 2014
The "Plebgate" row was "just a quirky incident with a gentleman on a bicycle who had the hump", the High Court has heard.
19 Nov 2014
The police officer at the centre of "Plebgate" has denied at the High Court that the words he attributed to former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell were an "invention". Mitchell's QC, James Price, challenged Pc Toby Rowland that he gave his version of their September 2012 encounter in Downing Street to justify giving the Cabinet minister a warning under the Public Order Act.
Media prof Greenslade tells Clodagh Hartley trial: Leaks are 'lifeblood' of political journalism in UK19 Nov 2014
Government leaks are the "lifeblood" of political journalism in Britain, media commentator Roy Greenslade (pic: The Guardian) told the trial of a Sun reporter today.
Sun reporter Nick Parker paid police and prison officers for stories and 'handled' MP's stolen phone, court told18 Nov 2014
A reporter with the Sun newspaper paid a police officer and a prison officer for stories and kept a stolen phone overnight to check out its contents, a court heard today.
Plebgate libel trial: Journalists among cast of witnesses who deny Andrew Mitchell would have used word 'pleb'18 Nov 2014
Journalists Matthew d'Ancona and Isabel Oakshott are among a number of high-profile individuals to provide character witness statements for Andrew Mitchell in the Plebgate libel trial today.
Police 'web of lies' led to 'vitriolic press campaign' against Andrew Mitchell, Plebgate trial hears17 Nov 2014
James Price QC was opening Mitchell's libel action against News Group Newspapers (NGN) over a September 2012 story in The Sun which the MP says meant that he was guilty of launching a grossly offensive and arrogant attack at Downing Street police officers two days earlier, branding them "fucking plebs" and "morons".
14 Nov 2014
Six journalists and senior staff at The Sun accused of corrupting public officials have been cleared of an "overarching" conspiracy.
Clodagh Hartley defends Budget leak story: 'Massive public interest' in readers having facts before 'spin'13 Nov 2014
The night before Labour's 2010 Budget, Clodagh Hartley said she met HMRC press officer Jonathan Hall in a Starbucks cafe to copy down the secret details of Alistair Darling's speech which were published in the newspaper the following day.
Panorama shows footage of Mazher Mahmood 'to make it more difficult for him to entrap people in the future'13 Nov 2014
The Panorama episode was previously postponed due to legal action brought by Mahmood.
Cheers as Daily Star journalist cleared in payments trial, but stunned silence as former NoW reporter convicted07 Nov 2014
A former News of the World reporter has become the first journalist to be found guilty of paying a corrupt official for stories in the wake of Operation Elveden, the high-profile police investigation into newspapers.
07 Nov 2014
A news editor who lost his home, health, job and reputation in the wake of the News Of The World phone hacking scandal was told he only had himself to blame as he was jailed for eight months.
06 Nov 2014
Investigative journalist Mazher Mahmood has applied to the High Court for an injunction to ban publication of anything showing his physical characteristics ahead of a BBC Panorama focusing on him.
Sunday Mirror journalist who approached police with confession pleads guilty to phone-hacking over a week in 200106 Nov 2014
Graham Johnson, 46, pleaded guilty at Westminster Magistrates' Court to intercepting communications in the course of transmission without lawful authority.
05 Nov 2014
Miriam O'Reilly told the House of Lords Communications Committee that the corporation was avoiding criticism of age discrimination and "comeback" for its actions.
04 Nov 2014
The Star's Tom Savage, 37, and a NoW reporter, who cannot be named for legal reasons, are charged with conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office.
30 Oct 2014
Clodagh Hartley (pictured) is on trial at the Old Bailey accused of paying Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs press officer Jonathan Hall around £17,000 for story tips over a period of three years.