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26 May 2016
Strong growth in online advertising failed to make up for falling print advertising at the Daily Mail and its associated titles in the first half of this year.
Police media guidelines set out new wide-ranging controls on contact between officers and journalists25 May 2016
Draft media guidelines published by the College of Policing impose a number of new controls on police contact with journalists.
Second chance for news organisations to grab slice of Google's €150m innovation fund opens on 2 June24 May 2016
The second stage of applications for Google's €150m scheme to fund journalism innovation around Europe opens on 2 June.
24 May 2016
Proposals to privatise the UK Land Registry are a threat to investigative journalism, according to trade body the News Media Association.
Prince Harry loses IPSO complaint against Daily Mail over its report of 'completely untrue' Pippa romance story23 May 2016
Prince Harry has had a IPSO complaints against the Daily Mail and Mail Online over coverage of his love life rejected.
23 May 2016
Press coverage during the first two months of the EU referendum heavily favoured the side pro-Brexit side of debate, according to a new academic study.
20 May 2016
BBC correspondent Rupert Wingfield-Hayes has revealed how he was interrogated for ten hours before being expelled from North Korea, earlier this month.
20 May 2016
The Sun said the Supreme Court has created a "cheaters' charter" by saying there was no public interest in its revelations about a celebrity's extra-marital threesome.
Boris Johnson strikes blow for free speech winning Spectator's president Erdogan obscene limerick competition20 May 2016
Former London mayor Boris Johnson has won The Spectator's £1,000 competition to compose an obscene limerick featuring Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
19 May 2016
The Express was the fastest growing national newspaper website in April, up 79 per cent year on year to 1.4m unique browsers per day.
National newspaper ABCs: i, Times and Telegraph titles all gain print sales after Independent closure19 May 2016
The i appears to have picked up the biggest slice of The Independent's print circulation.
Supreme Court upholds threesome injunction: The Sun has shown no public interest in publication of 'prurient' story19 May 2016
The celebrity seeking to ban The Sun and others from revealing he was involved in an extra-marital threesome with another couple has had an injunction maintained by the Supreme Court pending a full trial.
Rajar radio figures round-up: Radio 4's Today loses 300,000 listeners following departure of Jim Naughtie19 May 2016
Radio 4's Today breakfast news show lost 300,000 listeners in the first quarter of 2016 following the departure of long-serving presenter Jim Naughtie at the end of last year.
Guardian set to break up six-strong team of investigative reporters as journalists told to find other roles18 May 2016
The Guardian is looking to break up its current investigations team - with reporters told to look for other journalism roles in the organisation.
Belmarsh prison 'whistleblower' who was 'given up' to police by Daily Mirror publisher appeals against conviction18 May 2016
The Daily Mirror publisher's decision to hand over details of a journalist's prison service source to police was at the centre of a bid yesterday to overturn an Operative Elveden conviction.
IPSO shows it has backbone with Sun Brexit ruling, but editor's defiance undermines press self regulation18 May 2016
IPSO today dealt a blow to those who have claimed the press regulator is the industry's "poodle" with a critical adjudication which has clearly left its biggest member newspaper fuming.
Defiant Sun editor Gallagher says he is right - Queen and IPSO wrong over 'misleading' Brexit front page18 May 2016
Sun editor Tony Gallagher today defiantly said IPSO and The Queen were wrong and he was right over a front-page headline saying "The Queen backs Brexit".
18 May 2016
The Sun's "Queen backs Brexit" headline was inaccurate, the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has ruled.
Sun fights another privacy legal gag: Brought by celebrity sued by hairdresser for 'sexual misconduct'17 May 2016
It has emerged that The Sun is involved in a third high-profile privacy legal fight – against a celebrity who wants to keep secret details of a legal complaint against him for sexual "misconduct".
After two-year legal battle, Met drops harassment notice issued against reporter for questioning criminal17 May 2016
Croydon Advertiser reporter Gareth Davies has won his two-year battle to get a “prevention of harassment” notice against him rescinded.