Southwark Cathedral
Church of England sells £1.9m shares in News Corp
By Andrew Pugh - 07 August 13:44

Church fears the company lacks commitment to reforming its corporate governance.

New Statesman
Brooks and six other journalists charged over hacking
By Press Gazette - 03 August 17:40

Former NI chief will appear in court next month.

Evgeny Lebedev
Tale of a city: See, hear, taste, touch
By Evgeny Lebedev - 25 July 17:28

As a Russian émigré, Evgeny Lebedev appreciates the freedom and joy of being a Londoner (and having Boris as mayor) more than most.

Appreciation: Alexander Cockburn
By George Eaton - 25 July 12:56

Remembering the writer and polemicist, who died last week at the age of 71.

The Mail's odd campaign against "plastic Brit" Olympic athletes
By Sunder Katwala - 25 July 12:20

Is everyone born abroad somehow not really British?

Rebekah Brooks leaving Southwark Crown Court in June.
Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson to face charges over phone hacking
By New Statesman - 24 July 11:31

Eight of the thirteen people arrested on suspicion of phone hacking will face charges.

Six things we’ve learnt from Sue Akers at the Leveson Inquiry
By Thais Portilho-Shrimpton - 23 July 18:18

We've found out that News International withdrew co-operation with the police, and the sheer size of the challenge facing the Met, says Hacked Off's Thais Portilho-Shrimpton.

The Sun's front page.
How the media shouldn't cover a mass murder
By Helen Lewis - 21 July 10:20

A look at the "Batman killer" front pages.

A vendor holds copies of The Sun
'Sun journalist' arrested in computer hacking probe
By Press Gazette - 19 July 11:51

Seventh person to be arrested as part of Operation Tuleta.

A 13-year-old girl receives the HPV vaccination.
It's outrageous to deny girls the cervical cancer vaccine on spurious religious grounds
By Helen Lewis - 18 July 12:23

A textbook moral panic is unsupported by facts.

The Olympic stadium in East London
The Voice denied accreditation for the Olympic stadium
By Caroline Crampton - 17 July 10:18

Britain's oldest and biggest black newspaper has been refused access to report from the Olympic stadium.

Could Mirror Elveden arrest prompt domino effect?
By Press Gazette - 11 July 11:54

Inquiry into corruption spreads beyond News International.

Kim Kardashian
The doublethink that allows tabloids to campaign against online porn
By Martin Robbins - 06 July 9:26

A teenage rapist was excused by a judge because he had been "corrupted" by online filth. Where's the evidence?

The Independent to cease circulation in Ireland
By Helen Robb - 29 June 16:40

Printing costs are too high to sustain low circulation.

Murdoch reluctant to invest in Britain
By Joe Derry-Malone - 29 June 12:29

News Corporation will focus on US operations.

News Corp split expected by Thursday
By Helen Robb - 27 June 14:46

Board meeting today will decide the fate of the company.

Express Newspapers reports £1.1m operating loss
By Press Gazette - 27 June 13:57

Severe losses for Express Newspapers

Tony Blair guest edits the Evening Standard
By Press Gazette - 27 June 13:43

Blair: "poignancy in the timing"

Leigh will not face charges over phone hacking
By Helen Robb - 26 June 15:20

CPS investigation of Guardian journalist dropped

How I sued the Daily Mail – and won
By Luke Cooper - 26 June 10:09

The paper labelled me a ringleader in violent disorder at the Millbank protests.

Lebedev sued by Russian businessman he punched
By Andrew Pugh - 25 June 11:58

Proprietor of the Evening Standard and the Independent sued for libelous comments in television debate

New Statesman
Scotland on Sunday editor takes on the Scotsman
By Helen Robb - 25 June 11:44

The editor of Scotland on Sunday is appointed as editor at the Scotsman.

Debris scattered in front of Millbank Tower, home of Conservative Party headquar
Anti-cuts protestor wins £60,000 in libel claim against Mail and Standard
By Caroline Crampton - 22 June 15:32

Luke Cooper successfully challenges articles that portrayed him as the 'ringleader' of riots violence.

Kim Kardashian in Las Vegas in June 2012
Kim Kardashian's curves aren't to blame for our problems
By Nichi Hodgson - 21 June 9:24

Young girls admiring Kardashian's unskinny form isn't going to bring Western Civilisation tumbling down

History is the enemy when Washington's “brilliant” psy-ops become the news
By John Pilger - 20 June 10:04

From Agent Orange in South Vietnam to Obama’s drone attacks in Afghanistan and war in Syria, Washington spins its assaults on the world as it cynically lives up to a reputation for casual slaughter.

Guardian suffers further losses after US expansion
By Joe Derry-Malone - 19 June 12:03

Losses continue for Guardian Media Group

Economist Group profits up 9%
By Helen Robb - 19 June 11:55

Publisher of The Economist reports high profits