Will a famous TV Psychic now take on the <em>Daily Mail</em>?
The legal threat of Niall Ferguson.
The Leveson inquiry is revealing a problem for which there may not be a solution.
The public sector trade union scores a spectacular PR own goal.
Why privacy is not just for "paedos".
How the media ethics inquiry is circumventing the chilling power of the tabloids.
The court battle begins to clear St Paul’s Churchyard.
The Court orders that a new and frightened young mother be left in peace.
Bloggers give evidence to Parliament.
A key question at today’s select committee hearing.
The need for changing libel law remains urgent.
The political addiction to mere prohibitions.
High Court upholds European Arrest Warrant for rape, sexual molestation, and unlawful coercion.
The focus now shifts to how the City of London is governed.
How seriously is the Cathedral taking health and safety concerns?
111 Members of Parliament vote to take matters out of their own hands.
Why it is right to be critical of the police.
The Home Secretary's conference speech shows she does not know what her own department is doing.
Iranian Court of Appeal still to issue final verdict.
Yousef Nadarkhani sentenced to die for changing his religion.
Is a man to be executed for "apostasy"?
The real story of the case of Paul Thompson.
There is international concern at today’s planned execution.
A false and malicious identity is admitted.
The appeal will be on 10 November 2011.
Today's select committee hearing in perspective.
When did News International have firm independent evidence of wider participation in phone hacking?
Detail still unclear as to what the claim is for.