The actor has rounded on the British tabloid for stirring up trouble with an unsourced allegation.
Revenge for the nation's ears as the Blurred Lines singer's new offering sells terribly in the UK.
The Mail surpasses itself by giving the Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger its signature figure-hugging treatment.
David Ross, the multimillionaire co-founder of Carphone Warehouse, is in the frame to succeed Sally Morgan as chair of the education watchdog.
A Freedom of Information request reveals which newspapers and magazines the DWP receives. The department must have a thick skin as one of these is Private Eye.
Watch the Chancellor bat away a times table question from a child in an interview on Sky.
Bit late to the party, no?
The Prime Minister took the modern trend for sloganeering a little far in PMQs today, basically making a State of the Nation address about potholes.
The Ukip leader led a protest against the European Parliament by standing the wrong way round during Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy”.
High profile presenters Victoria Derbyshire and Shelagh Fogarty are departing, to be replaced by the likes of Adrian Chiles, Peter Allen, and Tony Livesey.
The Blurred Lines singer did a Twitter Q+A hosted by VH1. Mockery and scorn ensued.
Freed from the demands of hiding his own beliefs while host of Newsnight, Jeremy Paxman has started speaking out.
As Rebekah Brooks is led away by the Old Bailey's court matron after the hacking trial verdicts, we ask - who is she: Fighter of crime? Upholder of justice? Or a scary nurse?
Is the head of the College of Policing correct to say that "at least half" of police time is taken up by crimes on social media?
The Sun columnist says football players shirking international duty should have to call the parents of someone killed in Afghanistan and explain themselves. What?
The Conservative MP for Lichfield has just tweeted something very ill-advised about journalist and commentator Yasmin Alibhai-Brown.
Twit-twooing voters: the Labour Press Team has made its best announcement yet.
The Private Eye editor Ian Hislop and his deputy editor Francis Wheen have quit a group campaigning for freedom of expression in protest of Steve Coogan being made a patron.
Could "Martin Clarke stole my iPad" become the new "Freddie Starr ate my hamster"?
UK news has gone slightly nutty now Jeremy Paxman has left Newsnight. Watch his rival big beast at Channel 4 News apparently improvise a song about his departure. It includes a harmonica.
Whether he's being fierce and feisty, grumpy and grouchy, or beardy and bubbly, Jeremy Paxman is a memorable Newsnight presenter. To celebrate his last appearance on the show tonight, here are his best bits...
David Tredinnick MP is running for chairmanship of parliament's health select committee. But he believes in the power of astrology, and homeopathy for cows.
The Foreign Secretary and Angelina Jolie co-chaired the End Sexual Violence in Conflict summit last week. Some of the media have decided this was frivolous hobnobbing.
The Newsnight presenter grilled Hillary Clinton in an interview shown on last night's programme about Iraq, Russia, her husband, Scottish independence, and returning to the White House.
The Labour leader posing with the Sun's special World Cup edition isn't the best banner for his battle against Murdoch...
A hard-hitting take...
A Scottish charity called the Dignity Project has tweeted that the Harry Potter author is a "bitch" for coming out against Scottish independence.
Union members at the Skelmersdale Royal Mail have announced that they will strike if made to post free copies of the Sun, in enduring anger about Hillsborough.