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Judge 'extremely surprised' at police reluctance to let media name and shame men who sexually exploited girl17 Dec 2014
The judge who decided that men being made subject to injunctions banning them from having contact with a girl they were alleged to have exploited sexually could be identified in the media has said he was "extremely surprised" at the stance taken by West Midlands Police.
10 Dec 2014
An investigation was launched into a breach of photography rules after pictures of Tory Nigel Mills appeared in The Sun on Monday - forcing him to issue an apology.
British journalist found guilty of contempt in Bangladesh for questioning official death toll figure02 Dec 2014
The court ruled today that a 2011 blog post and two other articles by David Bergman offended the nation and ordered him to pay a fine of 5,000 Takas (£41) or go to jail for a week.
01 Dec 2014
Kennedy and the newspaper have been fighting to obtain records of the Charity Commission's investigation into the Mariam Appeal, a fund set up by MP George Galloway to ensure that Iraqi children had access to medical help.
01 Dec 2014
Brian Farmer asked barristers representing litigants in the Chancery Division of the High Court for the documents in a case involving two amputee ex-servicemen who worked as extras on films.
27 Nov 2014
The story headlined "MMR families sue their legal aid lawyers" reported on 26 June that Hodge Jones and Allen LLP was being sued by Matthew McCafferty, the High Court was told.
Nick Parker trial: In 26 years at The Sun he was never given legal guidance on payments to public officials25 Nov 2014
A police officer contacted the Sun about footballer John Terry's mother and mother-in-law being arrested for shoplifting £1,450-worth of goods because he could not understand why they had not been charged, a court was told yesterday.
Appeal Court rules that anonymity for children in criminal cases should not extend beyond 18th birthday21 Nov 2014
20 Nov 2014
Brian Aitken pleaded guilty to a charge of having breached the order in a report which appeared in the newspaper in May last year.
Sky News apologises after error led to Max Clifford victim being named in recorded broadcast of appeal10 Nov 2014
The woman, who has lifelong anonymity under the terms of the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1992, complained to the police when she heard her name 17 minutes into an edited clip which went out on Sky's website on October 10.
03 Nov 2014
Will Cornick was 15 years old when he stabbed to death Maguire, 61, as she taught a class at Corpus Christi Catholic College, in Leeds, in April.
27 Oct 2014
Colonel Mohamed Hassan, a spokesman for the judiciary in Mogadishu, says Ali Bashir Osman and Abdullahi Shariff were executed today.
27 Oct 2014
The corporation defended Rwanda's Untold Story, broadcast on BBC2 on 1 October, and said the decision to take the Great Lakes Service off the air was "unwarranted and disproportionate".
23 Oct 2014
The Revs Tana Riviere and Royston Such, who married in August 1995, were particularly outraged as it was the third time that the newspaper had published the false allegation.
Heat agrees libel settlement with Timberlake and Biel after Irish legal action over 'flirty photos' story21 Oct 2014
20 Oct 2014
Businessman Jean Bernard Fernandez-Versini, who married the 31-year-old singer - better known as Cheryl Cole - in July, had sued Reveal publisher the National Magazine Company for invasion of privacy and breach of the Data Protection Act 1998.
French Government appeals to European Court Grand Chamber for right to fine magazine over Prince Albert love child story15 Oct 2014
Paris Match was ordered to make the payout by the French courts after it published a story reporting a woman's claim that he was the father of her child.
14 Oct 2014
The need for an overhaul of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act was "obvious", said Blunkett. The chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission told the same committee that the legislation was "time-expired" and should be replaced.
Legal documents on News UK's decision to drop application for phone-hacking trial costs will not be made public, judge rules02 Oct 2014
The company, now known as News UK, decided not to proceed with the application because it had been "troubled" by "the sheer scale" of assessing costs, Robert Smith QC told the Old Bailey yesterday.
26 Sep 2014
Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson (pictured, Reuters) and actor Christopher Eccleston have settled their phone-hacking damages claims for £30,000 each.