Former boss says watchdog is merely a "complaints handler" after criticism for inaction.
NUJ claim staff at The Sun have suffered ‘damage’ to morale.
No other faith group receives this inaccurate and malicious treatment in the national press.
Banker claims “sustained and unjustified” attacks.
Mail Online remained the most read national newspaper website.
Ownership of the media should be in the hands of citizens who live and pay taxes in our nation.
Free speech is shackled by the UK's libel laws.
Women's groups appear at the Leveson inquiry to talk about media sexism.
Sometimes, anonymity is necessary in the public interest. That does not justify the tabloid's prurie
Proprietor of the Independent says Russian media is constrained, and struggles to hold politicians t
Former NotW reporter says he was subjected to a £50,000 damages claim for asking a question.
The <em>Times</em> finally admits that a blogger's email account was hacked.
News of the World staff accused of destroying evidence in order to cover up phone hacking activity.
News International has paid out more than £600,000 in damages to 18 victims of phone hacking, plus l
News International pays millions of pounds in damages to victims of phone-hacking.
John Prescott claims access to no-win no-cost litigation has been central to phone hacking arrests.
Pippa Middleton's lawyers send out warning letter to media agencies.
The Guardian disclosure raises serious questions about the 2009 NightJack case.
But were the results of computer hacking used in any published story?
Richard Wallace admits that phone hacking may have taken place at The Mirror.
Columnist, the Guardian
Editor, Financial Times
I can count on two hands the number of regular staff columnists over the 16 years since, with fixed slots on the comment pages of the British press, who have looked similar to me, says Mehdi Hasan.
Former reporter, Daily Star
Former editor, New Statesman
Peter Wilby offers a guide to interpreting the red tops, worries about Mitt Romney, is alarmed about
Former editor, the Independent
Professor of journalism, Kingston University
Ian Hislop will be amongst those set to give evidence to the Inquiry next week.