Why Unison is wrong to seek the sacking and arrest of Jeremy Clarkson
By David Allen Green - 01 December 14:34

The public sector trade union scores a spectacular PR own goal.

John Pilger on Iran: Once again, war is prime time and journalism’s role is taboo
By John Pilger - 01 December 8:15

With Libya recently dealt with ("It worked," said the Guardian), Iran is next, it seems.

Paul McMullan and the denial of privacy
By David Allen Green - 30 November 16:36

Why privacy is not just for "paedos".

The Mail was "as dirty as anyone"
By Samira Shackle - 29 November 10:44

Paul McMullan, the former hack secretly recorded by Hugh Grant for the <em>NS</em>, to appear before

Opposition to Murdoch re-election grows
By Roberto Barros - 28 November 17:00

Legal and General, part owner of BskyB, is poised to vote against James Murdoch's run for chairman.

Phone-hacking victim implicates unnamed newspaper
By Andrew Pugh - 28 November 15:48

Victim gave anonymous evidence to the Levesson Inquiry.

Charlotte Church claims she was offered £100k or "favourable coverage"
By Samira Shackle - 28 November 15:20

The singer alleges that she waived a £100,000 fee to sing at Rupert Murdoch's wedding in return for

What is the point of democracy?
By Peter Wilby - 28 November 0:00

Peter Wilby on the second man in the Basil D’Oliveira story, why capitalism still has legs, Tory pla

For the Leveson inquiry and free expression
By David Allen Green - 25 November 12:38

How the media ethics inquiry is circumventing the chilling power of the tabloids.

It's not all about Sienna
By Steven Baxter - 24 November 11:57

The missing witnesses at the Leveson inquiry are you and me.

What can the Leveson Inquiry do about the paparazzi?
By Helen Lewis - 24 November 10:46

While the rest of the press practises its "contrite face", the paps are unabashed.

What do James Murdoch's resignations mean?
By George Eaton - 23 November 15:24

News International chairman resigns from the boards of the Sun and the Times.

Hugh Grant's supplemental witness statement to the Leveson inquiry
By Hugh Grant - 23 November 15:21

"The <em>Mail</em> appears to be picking up where the disgraced <em>News of the World</em> left off"

Coogan claims he was the victim of Andy Coulson "sting"
By George Eaton - 22 November 16:25

Actor tells Leveson inquiry that News of the World used "sting" operation to reveal details of affai

Hugh Grant's 10 myths of tabloid journalism
By George Eaton - 21 November 17:49

How the actor rebutted the tabloids at the Leveson inquiry.

Hugh Grant links Mail on Sunday to phone hacking
By Helen Lewis - 21 November 17:34

"I would love to know what the Mail's explanation or source was," the actor tells the Leveson inquir

US Press: pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 21 November 15:41

The ten must-read opinion pieces from today's US papers.

Hugh Grant's statement to the Leveson inquiry
By Hugh Grant - 21 November 14:11

"Historically, this country has a good record for courage when it comes to standing up to bullies. I

Hugh Grant's evidence to Leveson inquiry - live blog
By Samira Shackle - 21 November 13:54

Instant coverage and analysis as the actor gives evidence to the phone-hacking inquiry.

“Show us the baby”
By David Allen Green - 18 November 17:33

The Court orders that a new and frightened young mother be left in peace.

In defence of Richard Littlejohn
By Ellie Mae O'Hagan - 18 November 16:44

His columns have the same effect as switching on the lights during an orgy.

News of the World reporter implicated in phone-hacking breaks his silence
By Samira Shackle - 16 November 11:38

Neville Thurlbeck alleges that senior <em>News of the World</em> executives kept James Murdoch in th

James Murdoch hearing: the movie
By Samira Shackle - 11 November 15:42

An animated version of the News International chairman being grilled by MPs.

Murdoch's second hearing: the front pages
By Alice Gribbin - 11 November 10:28

James Murdoch refused to rule out closing the Sun upon further hacking revelations. Here's how the p

Gordon Taylor is not a royal princess
By David Allen Green - 10 November 15:58

A key question at today’s select committee hearing.

The week with Peter Wilby
By Peter Wilby - 10 November 14:46

Desmond v Dacre redux, the clamour from Occupy LSX, questions of faith and university bingo.

James Murdoch hearing - live-blog
By Samira Shackle - 10 November 10:53

Instant coverage and analysis as the MPs question the News International chairman about phone-hackin

Why stockbrokers love a crisis, Murdoch’s spies and a Mail apology
By Peter Wilby - 09 November 15:03

One of the puzzles of the latest financial crisis is that share prices haven't tanked, as they did in 2008. They are still off the peak they reached before that crisis, but not by very much.

US Press: pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 08 November 13:45

The ten must-read opinion pieces from today's US papers.