Old Trafford, Independent, Chris Blackhurst
Man Utd "threatened to ban Independent"
By Andrew Pugh - 27 March 12:45

Independent editor calls for Lord Leveson to scrutinise role of PR companies.

Richard Desmond
Desmond wields the axe
By Daniel Jacobius Morgan - 26 March 13:57

The newspaper group that owns Daily Star and Daily Express to cut 71 staff

Police blamed for McCann and Jefferies media mistakes
By NS staff writer - 20 March 17:02

Police could have reduced negative media coverage in the cases of Madeleine McCann's disappearance and Joanna Yeates's murder if they had given journalists off-the-record guidance, Daily Star crime correspondent Jerry Lawton t

Thatcher and Murdoch met before Times acquisition
By Andrew McIntyre - 19 March 17:30

Both sides have long denied that a meeting took place.

Stephen Lawrence leak came from a "senior" Scotland Yard official
By Daniel Jacobius Morgan - 15 March 17:35

Senior policeman says that murder investigation leak came from Scotland Yard.

Met "grades journalists by favourable coverage"
By Andrew Pugh - 15 March 16:18

Sun journalist claims that the Metropolitan Police keeps track of reporters.

New Statesman
Trinity Mirror's annual profit and revenue decline
By New Statesman - 15 March 8:18

But the publisher reduces net debt.

FT journalists in three-hour walkout threat
By Andrew Pugh - 14 March 15:11

Say they would stop working next Thursday pending an agreement with management.

“Plastic Brits” — and the Mail’s struggle to decide who isn’t British
By Sunder Katwala - 13 March 11:14

If Team GB is only nine-tenths British-born, that team meeting will look like Britain itself.

How not to make a headline fit
By NS staff writer - 13 March 10:55

<em>Independent</em> goes to press with filler headlinesasasasasassaaaatttkkkf. (Just like that).

Rebekah and Charlie Brooks arrested
By George Eaton - 13 March 9:39

Former News International chief executive arrested by police investigating phone hacking.

Leveson cost £2m over six months
By Andrew McIntyre - 12 March 17:26

Inquiry releases figures to the end of January.

Alan Johnson had "no appetite" for hacking review
By NS staff writer - 12 March 16:35

July 2009 Guardian article suggested hacking was more widespread than had been thought.

Former Royal and Downing Street PR joins PCC
By NS staff writer - 12 March 16:27

Charles Anson worked as press secretary for Thatcher and Callaghan.

Sly Bailey facing shareholder revolt over 'excessive' pay
By Andrew Pugh - 12 March 15:36

Shareholders take issue with the £1.7m pay package of Trinity Mirror's chief executive.

Leveson Inquiry cost £1.9m in first six months
By Andrew Pugh - 12 March 15:29

Official figures show the cost to the taxpayer of the inquiry into the media.

What next after this PCC limbo?
By Steven Baxter - 09 March 13:24

If the new, post-Leveson Press Complaints Commission is to be of any worth, it must listen to the pu

Apple iPad and the press
By Anonymous - 08 March 10:20

Will the tablet, now in its third incarnation, be the death of print journalism?

Putin’s choice, mocking Jesus and picking Blackpool over the Oscars
By Evgeny Lebedev - 07 March 9:56

What do I think of the Sun on Sunday? It doesn't make me think.

Father of Baby P wins £75,000 in libel damages
By Andrew McIntyre - 06 March 15:31

Publisher of the People ordered to pay damages and legal costs.

Sun on Sunday loses estimated half million sales
By Andrew McIntyre - 06 March 15:30

Issue two saw sales of about 2.6m copies.

Salmond's courtship of Murdoch continues
By George Eaton - 06 March 13:00

SNP activists are said to be dismayed by Salmond's behaviour.

Profit down 29 per cent at Archant
By NS staff writer - 06 March 12:25

Publisher saw profits rise during the second half of the year.

People pays £75K to Baby P dad over sex offender libel
By PA Mediapoint - 05 March 12:33

Lawyers say paper was guilty of "one of the gravest libels."

Guardian apology to Sun over Glasman claims
By Andrew Pugh - 05 March 12:21

News International says Glasman never planned to write a column.

A guide to borrowing a horse from the Metropolitan Police
By Samira Shackle - 02 March 12:19

Cameron confirms that he did ride Brooks' horse. So how can you get a retired police horse of your o

How the Sun reported James Murdoch's resignation
By Samira Shackle - 01 March 16:00

"Praised . . . James has new roles."

Why we should be a little less pedantic
By Steven Baxter - 01 March 15:25

Sometimes the message is much more important than the words.

Police corruption, the duck house of Hackgate and King Lear for girls
By Helen Lewis - 01 March 8:08

Rebekah Brooks's horse is the £1,645 duck house of Hackgate.

Leader: Alex Salmond is shameless in courting the Murdochs
By NS staff writer - 01 March 8:08

The Scottish First Minister has shown contempt for democracy and transparency.