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To be regulated, or not to be regulated: Time for publishers to get off the fence and make a decision on IPSO29 Aug 2014
With the Press Complaints Commission set to close down on 8 September to be replaced by the Independent Press Standards Organisation, the time has come for publishers who are still sitting on the fence on the issue of press regulation to make their minds up.
Rival press regulator IMPRESS announces appointments panel ahead of planned launch by the end of the year29 Aug 2014
Rival press regulator today IMPRESS today announced the members of the appointments panel which will pick its board.
28 Aug 2014
Journalist Andrew Norfolk reveals in The Times today that when he first came across allegations that groups "Asian" men were targeting schoolgirls in Keighley, West Yorkshire, "I didn't want the story to be true because it made me deeply uncomfortable".
27 Aug 2014
None of the 22 UK paid-for local weekly newspapers audited by ABC in the first half of this year increase sales.
UK regional dailies/Sundays lose print sales at 13.5 per cent year on year with Newsquest biggest fallers27 Aug 2014
The 75 UK regional daily and Sunday newspapers listed by ABC in its data lost sales by an average of 13.5 per cent year on year in the first half of 2014.
'Girls suffered as council obfuscated' says Times journalist as Jay report reveals 1,400 Rotherham sex gang victims27 Aug 2014
An independent report prompted by the journalism of The Times yesterday revealed that at least 1,400 children were abused the hands of mainly men of Pakistani origin over a 15-year period in Rotherham.
26 Aug 2014
News UK has settled a legal claim brought by a woman working in PR who sued for breach for privacy after her stolen mobile phone was handed in to The Sun.
Former senior policeman still in legal limbo two and a half years after arrest on suspicion of leaking story to a journalist26 Aug 2014
A former senior Scotland Yard officer remains in legal limbo some two and a half years after being arrested on suspicion of leaking information to a journalist.
BBC head of newsroom defends Cliff Richard scoop: 'We pursued it. We pinned it down...We reported it accurately'26 Aug 2014
Head of the BBC newsoom Mary Hockaday has defended the way the BBC covered the search of the home of pop singer Cliff Richard. South Yorkshire Police has revealed that it tipped off the BBC in advance of the raid in Sunningdale, Berkshire, after being contacted by a reporter some weeks ago.
21 Aug 2014
The Times titles had the most popular newspaper digital editions in the UK last month.
20 Aug 2014
Chairman of the Commons energy select committee Tim Yeo is suing The Sunday Times for libel over a report that he coached a paying client before they gave evidence to his committee.
In depth: The 63 UK journalists arrested and/or charged following the News of the World hacking scandal19 Aug 2014
From former News of the World news editor Ian Edmondson in April 2011 to former reporter for the same paper Ryan Sabey last week – at least 63 UK journalists have been arrested and/or charged by the Met police.
Rows over Gaza ads in Jewish Chronicle and Guardian underline fact that advertising is ultimately an editorial issue18 Aug 2014
There were two interesting examples this month of adverts becoming an editorial decision on national newspapers - both involving the current conflict in Gaza.
18 Aug 2014
As Nick Davies might put it, a blind man in a dark room could see that a police raid on the home of Sir Cliff Richard in connection with a sex crime allegation is a big story.
18 Aug 2014
South Yorkshire police has “clarified” its position admitting now that it did tip off the BBC about the raid on Sir Cliff Richard’s Berkshire home last Thursday.
18 Aug 2014
Former young journalist of the year Ryan Sabey has been charged with conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office together a soldier.
After two and half years of 'extra judicial punishment' former Times reporter cautioned for hacking Nightjack Yahoo account18 Aug 2014
A former Times journalist who admitted hacking a Yahoo email account in order to unmask pseudonymous police blogger Nightjack has been given a caution.
Sun says libel action brought by Greek football boss over match-fixing claims has been 'settled amicably'15 Aug 2014
15 Aug 2014
Telegraph Media Group has poached four design staff from The Times.