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11 Apr 2014
A 42-year-old woman has been arrested by detectives investigating alleged corrupt payments to public officials.
10 Apr 2014
The former archbishop of Canterbury went into the witness box at the hacking trial today to defend his friend Stuart Kuttner.
09 Apr 2014
A judge has barred a 94-year-old dementia sufferer at the centre of litigation in the Court of Protection from speaking to journalists - pending an assessment of her mental "capacity".
08 Apr 2014
A husband and wife have been charged as part of Operation Elveden, accused of making fake Broadmoor Hospital records to con newspaper publishers.
02 Apr 2014
A High Court judge has criticised lawyers representing two health authorities for not having given journalists enough warning about a hearing relating to the treatment of a mentally ill woman.
25 Mar 2014
A magistrates' court made an order banning the media from identifying a dead child when a man appeared charged with murdering his six-year-old daughter.
21 Mar 2014
There was only one application for an interim privacy injunction in the High Court during the final six months of last year - and that was rejected, according to new statistics from the Ministry of Justice.
19 Mar 2014
Former News of the World reporter Clive Goodman accused his employer of a delivering "a fairly crude carrot and stick" to persuade him not to implicate colleagues in hacking, a court heard.
18 Mar 2014
The Daily Star has failed in its bid to get a libel action brought by snooker player Jimmy White over betting scam allegations thrown out.
18 Mar 2014
Former footballer Paul Gascoigne has accepted damages from the Daily Express and Daily Star newspapers to settle his defamation and privacy claim against the two newspapers after they put video footage showing him in a drunken and incoherent state on their websites.
13 Mar 2014
Rebekah Brooks told her mother not to watch the news as reports that the News of the World hacked the voicemails of missing schoolgirl Milly Dowler came out, the phone hacking trial has heard.
Judge in custody case involving drug-dealer dad says journalists have right to see skeleton arguments11 Mar 2014
Journalists should be given copies of written skeleton arguments when hearings are held in open court, a High Court judge has told lawyers.
10 Mar 2014
One Direction pop star Harry Styles has won permanent High Court orders against four paparazzi photographers in his legal battle to end the "crazy pursuit" of him.
05 Mar 2014
Five news organisations have succeeded in overturning a reporting restriction in a case where a young man and his 14-year-old brother were on trial for murdering their stepfather.
27 Feb 2014
A convicted robber who is alleged to have close links to dissident Republicans and to have been involved in a murder failed in a bid to get an injunction banning the Sunday World newspaper from writing about him.
Grieve blocking of Guardian bid to see Prince Charles minister letters 'unlawful' Court of Appeal told24 Feb 2014
The Attorney General had no reasonable grounds for blocking a court ruling which would allow the disclosure of letters the Prince of Wales wrote to Government ministers, the Court of Appeal was told today.
19 Dec 2013
A police officer has won £60,000 damages over a claim that there were strong grounds to believe he was dishonest and corrupt.
05 Dec 2013
A local authority has won a High Court order restricting reporting relating to the case of an Italian woman whose child was taken into care after she was forced to have her baby delivered by Caesarean section.
27 Nov 2013
A former member of staff at Sandhurst military college who leaked private details about the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry to a tabloid newspaper has been spared jail.