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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)
CPS presses ahead with retrial of prison officer whose newspaper leak conviction was overturned last week02 Apr 2015
The Crown Prosecution Service is to press ahead with a retrial of a prison officer whose conviction on a charge of leaking stories to newspapers was overturned by the Court of Appeal last week.
01 Apr 2015
A businessman has accepted a public apology and a donation to the charity Save the Children over an allegation in the Daily Mirror that he had "courted controversy" by dealing with the regime of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad.
25 Mar 2015
A claim by lawyers for phone-hacking victims that they had suffered "unparalleled" harm was simply wrong, the High Court has heard.
24 Mar 2015
Helal Uddin Abbas sued Mohamed Yousuf Shah, editor of the London Bangla newspaper, over material which appeared in the issue dated 15-21 October 2010.
23 Mar 2015
Brandon Malinsky, 50, is on trial at the Old Bailey charged with conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office between September 2010 and March 2011.
Sun chief reporter's 'number one military contact' sentenced to 12 months in prison over £100k leaks23 Mar 2015
Bettina Jordan-Barber, 42, was cultivated by Sun chief reporter John Kay as his "number one military contact", providing him with exclusive details of army disciplinary investigations, sex scandals and casualties in Afghanistan.
17 Mar 2015
The Independent Press Standards Organisation rejected a complaint against the title over its article headlined: "'Drunk girl in public' prank will make you lose faith in humanity". It was published on 11 Novemver last year.
Kentish Gazette front page about adult asylum seekers placed in schools 'significantly misleading', IPSO rules16 Mar 2015
A newspaper story claiming adult asylum seekers were lying about their age and being placed in schools with 11-year-olds were unsubstantiated and significantly misleading, the Independent Press Standards Organisation has held.
09 Mar 2015
Emwazi was named last month and journalists uncovered details about his family life and education in west London.
25 Feb 2015
The case was the first in which the court had dealt with the use by journalists of hidden cameras to provide public information on a subject of general interest, when the person filmed was targeted not in any personal capacity but as a representative of a particular professional category.
Sun's Duncan Larcombe tells court he's done nothing wrong: 'I still have to be convinced why I'm sitting here'20 Feb 2015
Duncan Larcombe is on trial over his dealings with then Colour Sergeant John Hardy who was allegedly paid more than £23,700 for providing information on the princes and others on 34 occasions.