Leveson responds to Chris Blackhurst's warning that a new regulator might have the power to ban jour
FT editor agrees that newspapers should be fined for serious breaches of the code.
Simon Toms says that the journalist was not commissioned by News International.
The Sun's former editor says that there was always the desire "to achieve the maximum 'edge’ to the
The inquiry is supposed to delve into the nastier side of tabloid journalism - but Dominic Mohan got
John Edwards admits that he did not think it was "right" that Kate McCann had to drive through an ar
Robert Jay QC disputes claim alleged by former NOTW chief reporter.
The former editor of the Sun accuses the Guardian of 'getting away with' its Milly Dowler story.
Coronation Street actor Michael Le Vell says that sex case suspects should remain anonymous until th
The Daily Mail launches bursaries aimed at young people from deprived backgrounds.
Kate Middleton, our princess of dreams, is slowly becoming dismembered.
The Daily Mail was right. Not a sentence you read very often in this column, and I hope its regular captain will forgive me for spending a moment in praise of "Ayatollah" Dacre.
The Committee to Protect Journalists releases number of journalists killed whilst doing their job.
Police investigating phone hacking arrest woman this morning.
News International to launch new iPad project.
Neville Thurlbeck warns that tabloid newspapers are out of touch.
Regional media group Archant to relaunch Ipswich Star.
Myler returns state-side as editor of New York Daily.
In this article from 2 February 1979, Hitchens excoriates the Daily Mail and the right-wing press in
The newspaper's triumphalism undermines the tireless efforts of those who fought to keep the case at
For once, the Sun and Socialist Worker have the same front page.
Helen Lewis-Hasteley on Maggie and legacy-building, tots with lethal toys and the press and the publ
Just four of Labour's frontbench make it into top 50, according to survey of national print media.
The speculation about whether the princess is pregnant is a sad indication of the way we view our royals.
Lord Justice Leveson: 'It's all fluff'
Morgan refuses to reveal how he came to listen to the tape
£85,000 spent on accommodation costs alone
Hearings of the press standards inquiry will resume on 9 January. What do we do with what we've lear
Ex-Daily Mirror editor claimed the Leveson inquiry was not hearing about positives of journalism.