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Neil Wallis: 'After four years of utter hell and devastation the case against me was: Well, he must have known'02 Jul 2015
Despite being found not guilty of hacking, former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis says the prosecution has cost him his life savings, his marriage and four years of his life. If Wallis had been found guilty he would have faced an order to pay the prosecution costs on top of his own. But having been found innocent he has been told he has no chance of recouping legal fees which have run into the hundreds of thousands.
Three years after arrest, ex-News of the World journalist Alex Marunchak says he has been left in English 'Guantanamo'02 Jul 2015
Former News of the World senior executive editor Alex Marunchak has said that he is stuck in a sort of English “Guantanamo” nearly three years after his arrest on suspicion of computer hacking.
30 Jun 2015
The Independent has reported a steep reduction in losses to £4.6m for the year to September 2014.
Former staff members of Today newspaper are trying to organise a reunion to mark the 20th anniversary of its closure in November 1995.
29 Jun 2015
A Sunday Life story reporting on “false rumours” that a Church of Ireland cleric was gay was a breach of his privacy, IPSO has ruled.
29 Jun 2015
The Herald in Glasgow has been told by press regulator IPSO to apologise to a man who featured in an inaccurate story about a libel case.
Spectator ordered to print correction over 'significantly misleading' story about ENO in opera column29 Jun 2015
The Spectator has been censured by press regulator IPSO over a “significantly misleading” article about the English National Opera.
26 Jun 2015
It has to be said that the first thing you notice when speaking to former News UK head of PR Richard Brookes is the fact he does not have any arms.
Reports of serious crimes among 76 BBC news story links removed this year by Google under 'right to be forgotten'26 Jun 2015
The BBC has published links to nearly 200 of its news stories which have been excluded from Google search results in Europe following the “right to be forgotten” ruling.
25 Jun 2015
A year on from the end of the hacking trial both News Corp and Scotland Yard have declined to comment on whether or not News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch has yet been questioned by police.
Rupert Murdoch toasts memory of Arthur Brittenden at memorial lunch for 'towering' Fleet Street figure25 Jun 2015
Rupert Murdoch was the guest of honour at a small private lunch held at The Garrick club in London in memory of the late Arthur Brittenden.
Press Gazette launches petition urging Met Police to cancel harassment warning letter issued to reporter24 Jun 2015
Press Gazette has launched a petition urging Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe to cancel a Police Information Notice harassment warning given to Croydon Advertiser reporter Gareth Davies.
24 Jun 2015
Future has launched a new magazine for adults who enjoy colouring-in.
It has funding of £3m, eight staff and currently no one to regulate: Meet the Press Recognition Panel23 Jun 2015
Riding up in the glass lift at the Richard Rogers-designed offices of the Press Recognition Panel in the City of London I muse that regulating the regulator of the press is rather more lucrative than reporting on it.
23 Jun 2015
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has ruled that officers were right to issue a reporter asked questions of a con-artist with a harassment warning.
Ashley Highfield: Regional press must work together to compete with Google, Facebook, Guardian and BBC23 Jun 2015
BBC Jimmy Savile source Karin Ward left to 'twist in the wind' and defend Freddy Starr libel trial alone23 Jun 2015
The High Court has heard how Jimmy Savile victim Karin Ward has been left to “twist in the wind” by the BBC has she fights Freddie Starr’s £300,000 defamation claim.
22 Jun 2015
Prime Minister David Cameron quipped that he would close down the BBC whilst talking to journalists in the run up to the general election.
19 Jun 2015
A reader of The Scotsman has arranged for a final piece in the letters page to appear after his death.
Award-winning investigative journalist 'banned' from putting questions to Birmingham crime commissioner19 Jun 2015
An award-winning investigative journalist has been ‘banned’ from putting questions to Birmingham’s Police and Crime Commissioner.