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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.
Culture Secretary denies BBC 'war' and reveals corporation's Trust could be stripped of power to judge on impartiality22 Jun 2015
The BBC Trust could be stripped of the power to rule on claims of political bias against the corporation in favour of an independent regulator, the new Culture Secretary has said.
19 Jun 2015
Disgraced former Number 10 spin doctor Andy Coulson returned to court yesterday to fight a legal bid to make him pay £750,000 towards the cost of the phone-hacking trial.
Irish news organisations go to court to find out if parliamentary privilege trumps Denis O'Brien's gagging order01 Jun 2015
Lawyers for the Irish Times and State-owned broadcaster RTE are to go to the High Court in Dublin tomorrow in a bit to clarify whether they can report on comments made in the Irish parliament.
27 May 2015
The Glasgow-based Herald newspaper was ordered to publish a correction after the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) partially upheld a complaint about accuracy.
JK Rowling condemns 'indefensible' Mail article claiming she wrote 'sob story' about single parent past21 May 2015
Harry Potter author J K Rowling has been "fully vindicated and her reputation restored" following a newspaper's apology over allegations that she wrote a "sob story" containing false claims about her time as a single mother, the High Court was told today.
14 May 2015
A complaint that a newspaper failed to take care over the accuracy of a story based on information from a local authority's website - which later turned out to be wrong - has been rejected by the Independent Press Standards Organisation.
07 May 2015
A new and updated edition of the guidance on reporting restriction in courts was published yesterday.
07 May 2015
Letters warning the media against "acts of harassment" on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at their Norfolk home have been distributed by police, according to reports.
News groups in legal bid for MI5 to return reporters' notebooks and allow coverage of secret terror trial29 Apr 2015
Restrictions on reporting the trial of a law student on terrorism charges are being challenged in the Court of Appeal by a group of media organisations.
27 Apr 2015
A Sun reporter launched a scathing attack on a "flailing and failing" Operation Elveden after becoming the latest to be cleared of paying a public official for tips.
Times publishes page 2 IPSO adjudication after picturing non-relevant woman with man arrested for murder20 Apr 2015
The woman in the photograph was not mentioned in the article and IPSO ruled that the newspaper had breached clause 9, covering the reporting of crime, of the Editors' Code of Practice.
Paddy Ashdown accuses BBC of misrepresenting Lib Dems by reporting Nick Clegg opted out of TV debate20 Apr 2015
Liberal Democrat election campaign chief Paddy Ashdown has written to the BBC to complain it misrepresented the party's position by reporting that Nick Clegg opted out of last week's TV debate. (Picture: Ashown and Clegg, Reuters)
14 Apr 2015
Victims of female genital mutilation will be entitled to lifelong anonymity in the media under new provisions which will come into force next month.
09 Apr 2015
The hackers briefly cut transmission of 11 channels belonging to TV5 Monde and took over its websites and social media accounts.
08 Apr 2015
The Sun's Tom Wells, Neil Millard and Brandon Malinsky and former Daily Mirror reporter Graham Brough are accused of conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office.
Families of French hostages held by terrorists sue broadcaster claiming live coverage put lives at risk08 Apr 2015
Families of the hostages of a radical gunman who killed four in a kosher supermarket are suing a French broadcaster over its live coverage of the attack, saying it put the hostages' lives in danger.
IPSO rejects 'No More Page Three' complaint over opinion piece saying campaign wanted to 'ban boobs'08 Apr 2015
The decision came as the watchdog rejected a complaint from Brenna Aston that the Belfast Telegraph breached Clause 1 of the Editors' Code of Practice, covering accuracy, in an article headlined "Sisters making a boob by bullying us into equality" published in print and online on 19 December last year.
Salisbury Journal apologises to former football club chairman after reporting player's bankruptcy claim02 Apr 2015
A former chairman of Salisbury City Football Club accepted a public apology from the publisher of the Salisbury Journal over a story which reported a player's comments that he had been "bankrupt a few times". (Picture: Reuters)