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Guardian boss: BBC distorting news market in Australia, Google must face 'editorial responsibilities'24 Oct 2014
Guardian Media Group chief executive Andrew Miller has attacked the BBC for following his company by expanding into Australia.
Save Our Sources law to stop police secretly seizing journalist phone records is tabled in Parliament24 Oct 2014
Liberal Democrat peer Lord Strasburger has tabled an amendment to the Serious Crime Bill that would require public authorities to ask a judge before accessing the phone records of journalists.
23 Oct 2014
If you didn't make it to News on the Move last week you missed a treat.
23 Oct 2014
Telegraph bosses are planning to axe the paper’s daily Mandrake diary column as part of a round of job cuts which will decimate the paper’s editorial staff.
23 Oct 2014
Newsquest has announced proposals to sack around half a dozen journalists at the Lancashire Telegraph.
ACPO media chief Colette Paul: Some police are afraid of talking to journalists - there's been no illegal use of RIPA23 Oct 2014
Chief constable of Bedfordshire Police Colette Paul begins her stint as Association of Chief Police Officers media lead at a time when relations between journalists and police officers are at something of a low ebb.
22 Oct 2014
KM Media Group-owned Whitstable Gazette parodied the classic Jaws film poster this week changing the headline to Claws after reports of a 50ft crab being spotted in the harbour of the popular Kentish coastal town.
Justice minister admits it is 'matter of concern' that journalists have no public interest defence against bribery or hacking21 Oct 2014
The Liberal Democrats last night tabled amendments to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill to provide public interest defences to journalists and others accused of computer hacking and bribery.
21 Oct 2014
Telegraph Media group editor in chief Jason Seiken has written to all journalists warning them of plans to reduce the overall number of editorial positions.
Nick Clegg: Police should be banned from viewing journalists' call records without judicial approval20 Oct 2014
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said today that the police shold be banned from accessing journalists' call records without the permission of a judge.
20 Oct 2014
The risks to police officers who have unauthorised contact with journalists has been highlighted by Stephen Wright in a blog for the Daily Mail.
20 Oct 2014
A senior Metropolitan Police officer has defended the use of spying powers against journalists saying that “nobody should be above the law”.
17 Oct 2014
News on the Move: How BBC is going mobile-first...Metro's online success story...Why Times is reader-first, not digital-first17 Oct 2014
The majority of traffic to the BBC News website now comes from mobile and tablet devices.
16 Oct 2014
A new survey suggests newspapers played a bigger role in helping Scottish people decide how to vote in the referendum than social media and the campaigns themselves.
14 Oct 2014
A cycling journalist reported to the police after saying on Twitter that a Telegraph journalist should be “taken out and shot” has described the matter as “bizarre”.
'I do not blame the media for my downfall': Brooks Newmark to resign as MP after Sun 'text and sell story'13 Oct 2014
Brooks Newmark has resigned as an MP after The Sun on Sunday revealed he was having a two-year extra-marital affair.
Success in sight for Press Gazette Save Our Sources campaign as Home Office promises new RIPA controls12 Oct 2014
The Home Office has said that measures could be in place before Christmas to stop police spying on the phone records of law-abiding journalists.
12 Oct 2014
An appeal publicised by Press Gazette has raised more than £11,000 in a matter of days to help a reporter facing financial hardship as a result of a criminal prosecution.