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Daily Star journalist standing trial: Didn't matter 'in the slightest' whether Venables source was prison officer24 Oct 2014
Daily Star Sunday reporter Tom Savage said it never occurred to him that the contact he knew as Adam was in fact a serving prison officer - but added that if he had known, it would not have mattered "in the slightest".
'Is it important that Jon Venables likes Harry Potter?' Prosecution accuses prison officer of leaking 'drivel'22 Oct 2014
Scott Chapman, 42, was allegedly paid £40,000 for a string of stories about the child killer's time behind bars after he was jailed for child porn offences in 2010.
'I phoned paper because everything that was happening was wrong' - prison officer defends Jon Venables leaks22 Oct 2014
Scott Chapman is on trial at the Old Bailey accused of accepting £40,000 in exchange for tips about Venables while he was in jail for child porn offences in 2010.
James Bulger killer 'pissed off' about stories leaked to press, trial of Star and NoW journalists hears20 Oct 2014
Jon Venables told his mother in a phone call he was "pissed off" about stories on his time behind bars for child porn offences.
Trial of Star's Tom Savage and former NoW reporter told of 'catastrophic' impact of Jon Venables leaks at prison20 Oct 2014
A witness, who cannot be identified, was giving evidence in the trial of prison officer Scott Chapman who was allegedly paid £40,000 by newspapers for information about James Bulger's killer after he was sent back to prison in 2010 for child porn offences.
20 Oct 2014
A "mole hunt" was conducted at the high security psychiatric hospital to find where the tip-offs which led to exclusive stories in the newspaper were coming from, Kingston Crown Court was told.
17 Oct 2014
The photojournalist has featured in a series of propaganda videos released by IS extremists in recent weeks and apparently had an article published in the group's Dabiq magazine.
News of the World phone-hacking stories gave David Walliams 'sense of paranoia and worry', court hears as comedian settles claim16 Oct 2014
Walliams, who is best known for the sketch show Little Britain but is also an author and a trustee of Comic Relief, accepted substantial undisclosed damages and his legal costs from News Group Newspapers (NGN), publishers of the now-defunct News of the World.
16 Oct 2014
The group of editors and reporters bought confidential information about members of the Royal Family, celebrities, notorious inmates, "the famous, not so famous and the infamous", Kingston Crown Court heard.
Judge leaves former NoW managing editor Kuttner £135,000 out of pocket because 'he knew about Milly phone hack'15 Oct 2014
Former NoW managing editor Kuttner £135,000 out of pocket after losing hacking trial costs bid
15 Oct 2014
A CPS spokesman said Graham Johnson is accused of "intercepting communications without legal authority, namely mobile phone voicemail messages".
14 Oct 2014
Scott Chapman shared a third of his earnings from The Sun, News Of The World, Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, Sunday People, Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday with his ex-partner Lynn Gaffney, prosecutors allege.
13 Oct 2014
UKIP leader Nigel Farage would take on David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg in a televised pre-election debate, under proposals from broadcasters.
Trial of six Sun journalists accused of paying public officials set to start at Kingston Crown Court13 Oct 2014
Six journalists and senior newspaper executives are going on trial accused of plotting with public officials in pursuit of exclusive stories at The Sun newspaper over nine years.
13 Oct 2014
The lengthy piece was included in the fourth issue of IS's Dabiq magazine and carries the headline: "The real story behind my videos."
Doctor wins £45k libel payout from Daily Mail over Kelvin MacKenzie 'year of hell thanks to foreign doctor' column06 Oct 2014
Spanish-born GP Jose Antonio Serrano Garcia, 44, sued over an April 2012 article which appeared in the Daily Mail under the heading: "A whole year of hell, thanks to a foreign doctor".
Sister of Alice Gross condemns 'extremely insensitive' reference to death in BBC Question Time debate on immigration03 Oct 2014
Nina Gross described the inclusion on the show of a debate concerning immigration issues arising from the investigation into the 14-year-old's death as "extremely insensitive" and "horrible".
Former News of the World managing editor Stuart Kuttner seeks return of £135,000 spent fighting hacking prosecution01 Oct 2014
Cameron on Sunday Mirror MP sexting sting: 'We've got this new press regulator, let's let them make a decision'30 Sep 2014
Sun reporter: I was never told paying public official against the law, every story was okayed by lawyers26 Sep 2014
A Sun reporter today denied plotting with a corrupt police officer when he sent a "stock" reply to a tip sent to the tabloid about a fox attack.