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Sun reporter Anthony France guilty of misconduct in public office offence after paper paid policeman £22k for stories22 May 2015
A Sun journalist has been found guilty of paying a police officer for stories. Sun crime reporter Anthony France, 41, from Watford, cultivated a "corrupt relationship" with PC Timothy Edwards over four years, his trial at the Old Bailey heard.
22 May 2015
Crime reporter Anthony France, 41, is on trial at the Old Bailey over allegations he cultivated a "corrupt relationship" with PC Timothy Edwards over four years.
Goodman told by Coulson he could keep his job if he admitted to 'lone wolf' phone-hacking, perjury trial hears21 May 2015
A former News of the World journalist has told a perjury trial that editor Andy Coulson suggested he would keep his job at the paper if he pleaded guilty to phone-hacking.
Trinity Mirror phone-hacking costs estimate rises to £28m after record £1.2m privacy payouts to eight claimants21 May 2015
More than £1 million in damages has been awarded to celebrities including Paul Gascoigne and Sadie Frost over phone-hacking by Mirror Group Newspapers.
20 May 2015
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson knew phone-hacking was happening at the newspaper while he was editor, one of its former journalists has told a court.
20 May 2015
A Kent-based officer at a top-security prison became the "paid mole" of a reporter working at the Daily Mirror and News of the World over the course of five years, a court heard.
Sun reporter Anthony France was 'given' police contact and told: 'I've spoken to a lawyer and it's fine'19 May 2015
A Sun reporter told of his struggles against a "homophobic bully" boss as he launched a defence in his trial for paying an anti-terror police officer at Heathrow for tips.
JK Rowling wins right to use word 'dishonest' in legal dispute with Daily Mail over libel statement in open court15 May 2015
The Daily Mail has lost its challenge against a High Court ruling that author JK Rowling should be allowed to read a unilateral statement in open court as part of the settlement of a libel claim.
15 May 2015
He is accused of lying under oath during the 2010 perjury trial of former MSP Tommy Sheridan.
Good Morning Britain's Martin Lewis declines to cross picket line as ITV journalists strike over pay14 May 2015
ITV production workers, journalists and other staff are staging a 24-hour strike in a dispute over pay, threatening programmes and planning a protest outside the TV giant's annual meeting.
13 May 2015
Secret letters sent by the Prince of Wales to government ministers will be published today following a ruling by the UK's highest court.
05 May 2015
The Independent has backed the continuation of a Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government if Thursday's General Election produces the expected hung parliament.
01 May 2015
The newspaper, which endorsed the Liberal Democrats in 2010, said the coalition "experiment has clearly run its course", in an editorial published less than a week before polling day.
14 Apr 2015
The 47-year-old is accused of committing perjury in the 2010 trial of former MSP Tommy Sheridan.
BBC breached Ofcom code by broadcasting 'highly distressing' 999 call from woman moments before her murder31 Mar 2015
Viewers heard the call, made by Lucy Lee shortly before she was shot dead by her mother's partner at a puppy breeding farm, when it was played on the 1pm and 6pm news bulletins.
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.