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'A strange world where telling readers the truth is serious criminal offence' - my character witness statement for Stephen Moyes27 Apr 2015
Journalists forced to keep silent for years because of the Contempt of Court Act have grasped he opportunity to speak out about their Operation Elveden ordeals.
Case against cleared Sun reporter Stephen Moyes said he 'demonised' Suffolk Strangler by writing stories about him27 Apr 2015
The trial of Sun reporter Stephen Moyes was set to hear that he had “demonised” the Suffolk Strangler by writing public interest stories about him, he told Press Gazette. Moyes was today formally cleared some two years after he was initially questioned by police on suspicion of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office by paying a prison officer for stories.
Cleared former Mirror reporter on Murdoch sources 'betrayal' and police 'assault' on public interest journalism27 Apr 2015
Cleared former Mirror journalist Greig Box-Turnbull has condemned Rupert Murdoch's "betrayal" of journalists' sources and a police "assault" on public interest journalism.
Dudman on 'frightening' 1,176-day ordeal: 'Journalism must never again be subject to such an appalling attack'27 Apr 2015
Former Sun managing editor Graham Dudman was greeted with a round of applause from assembled journalists as he left the Old Bailey a free man this morning.
Met's specialist crime unit considering case against Katie Hopkins over migrant 'cockroaches' article27 Apr 2015
The Met Police’s specialist crime and investigations directorate is considering whether a Sun comment piece breached the Public Order Act.
24 Apr 2015
An as-yet unpublished investigation by Buzzfeed has harmed the business of a news agency which sees itself as the 'main competitor' for the website in the UK.
'No-one knows more about digital disruption than publishers' says editor of relaunched technology website23 Apr 2015
“Who knows more about digital disruption than us. No-one?”
23 Apr 2015
A journalist who spent 25 years as an editor is stepping down as Johnston Press roles out its “newsroom of the future” restructure in Buckinghamshire
The secret of short writing? Long reporting. Feature writing tips from US 'pen-in-hand superhero' Barry Newman22 Apr 2015
In 43 years at The Wall Street Journalist (from 1970) Barry Newman was never an editor or a reporter. As he writes in his book, News to me: “I’m a machine operator. I bang keys to make words.”
22 Apr 2015
Some 72 per cent of candidates made the grade as senior reporters passing the National Journalism Qualification exams in March.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says UK press failed to follow-up Snowden because Guardian did not share files22 Apr 2015
Former Guardian collaborater Julian Assange has penned an excoriating review of Guardian book, The Snowden Files, for Newsweek.
21 Apr 2015
Nearly four years after Operation Elveden was launched, the Met Police investigation into payments to public officials by journalists has largely collapsed.
21 Apr 2015
Read all Press Gazette coverage of the issues that matter for journalists around the 2015 general election here.
Sun resists calls to sack Katie Hopkins or remove column which likened African migrants to 'cockroaches'21 Apr 2015
The Sun has declined to remove or edit a controversial column about migrants written by Katie Hopkins despite a complaint to police and more than 200,000 signing a protest petition.
20 Apr 2015
It is difficult to over estimate the damage done by Operation Elveden since it began in June 2011.
20 Apr 2015
It is nearly four years after the start of Operation Elveden and the subsequent arrest and/or charging of at least 34 journalists.
CPS guidance over misconduct in public office: Payments for 'tittle tattle' unlikely to result in prosecution20 Apr 2015
The Crown Prosecution Service has indicated that journalists are unlikely to face prosecution for misconduct in public office in future for cases which do not involve police officers.
'They've put honest journalists through hell' - Sun's Millard and Malinsky slam police after Elveden acquittals17 Apr 2015
Sun reporter Neil Millard says his life has been a “bad dream” ever since eight officers from Operation Elveden launched a dawn raid on his family home in the summer 2012.
17 Apr 2015
The Crown Prosecution Service appears to be scrapping most of the planned trials involving journalists accused of payments to public officials.
Tabloid four trial: Three journalists cleared over public official payments, CPS mulls retrial of Tom Wells17 Apr 2015
Two Sun journalists and a former Mirror reporter today walked free from court after being cleared of conspiracy to misconduct in a public office.