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Former prison officer pleads guilty to misconduct charge after selling 46 stories to press for £40,00024 Nov 2015
Scott Chapman, 44, of Corby, Northamptonshire, was due for retrial at the Old Bailey but at the 11th hour admitted a charge of misconduct in a public office between 1 March 2010 20 and June 2011.
Court of Appeal rules that Mail Online was wrong to publish pictures of Paul Weller's children taken by paparazzo20 Nov 2015
Associated Newspapers has lost its challenge to an award of £10,000 privacy damages to three of singer Paul Weller's children.
04 Nov 2015
A former prison officer has been jailed for 12 months for selling stories about George Michael's time behind bars to The Sun.
28 Oct 2015
Judge praises Press Association reporter for 'responsible journalism of a very high order' after raising anonymity concerns06 Oct 2015
Farmer pointed out to Mr Justice MacDonald that an anonymised judgment he had published, in a case in which he ordered that a man could no longer exercise parental responsibility in respect of his children, or even see their school reports, contained enough information to allow the family involved to be identified.
01 Oct 2015
The appeal by Mirror Group Newspapers against the record damages awarded to eight claimants in the phone-hacking case is to be heard on October 20 and 21.
Sir Ray Tindle: 'Local communities will always have their own local newspaper - local democracy demands it'25 Sep 2015
Sir Ray, the 88-year-old chairman of Tindle Newspapers Ltd, said democracy demanded that local newspapers survived.
01 Sep 2015
The declaration came as it rejected complaints that two newspapers, the Oxford Times and the Witney Gazette, had breached clauses 1 and 2 of the Editors Code of Practice, covering accuracy and the opportunity to reply respectively.
18 Aug 2015
The Crown Prosecution Service has said it is still considering whether to charge Sun reporter Mazher Mahmood with perjury ten months after the collapse of the Tulisa Contostavlos drug-dealing trial.
17 Aug 2015
Editors need to consider carefully whether they should put links to stories about sexual offences on to their social media websites because of the risk that the material could lead to victims being identified, the Independent Press Standards Organisation has warned.
As Tories aim to scrap Human Rights Act, professor accuses press 'careless or wilful misrepresentation'04 Aug 2015
Over and over again the popular press had "peddled false stories, gleefully and irresponsibly then taken up by politicians," Michael Zander, Emeritus Professor at the London School of Economics, said in an article in the New Law Journal.
30 Jul 2015
Coverage of businessman Edward Ware's activities by journalist John McAllister started as a legitimate exercise in public interest journalism, but could now no longer be justified as freedom of expression, said Judge Patrick Moloney QC, sitting in the High Court on 24 July.
23 Jul 2015
District Judge Gareth Branston, sitting at Stratford Magistrates Court in east London, dismissed objections from a barrister representing one of the fans.
22 Jul 2015
Solicitor Lawrence Abramson, the man hired by News International - now News UK - to look through emails for evidence that staff knew about phone-hacking has been fined £20,000 for unprofessional behaviour.
17 Jul 2015
A London borough's reasons for rejecting a Freedom of Information request for draft statements prepared in case media organisations raised certain issues were not reasonable, the Information Commissioner has found.
03 Jul 2015
Sarah Hannon only became aware four years later of the precise circumstances of how the article in the newspaper came to be published, solicitor Nicola McCann told Mr Justice Mann at London's High Court.
02 Jul 2015
The News Media Association - which represents the national, regional and local newspaper and magazine industries - has called on the Independent Police Complaints Commission to reconsider its rejection of a complaint by a reporter who was issued with a harassment notice.
01 Jul 2015
Media organisations have challenged the continuing restrictions on reporting a terrorism trial which was held in conditions of unprecedented secrecy.
Max Clifford asks High Court to throw out former royal butler's confidentiality claim over fax sent to NoW30 Jun 2015
Disgraced publicist Max Clifford has asked the High Court to throw out a claim by former royal butler Paul Burrell that he breached his confidentiality by passing personal details about him to the News of the World.
30 Jun 2015
The jury in the hacking trial of Neil Wallis, former deputy to News of the World editor Andy Coulson has yet to reach a verdict after retiring on Thursday.