Express Newspapers apologised for invading Lucas's privacy and for any distress caused by the articl
Editor claims that without paywall internet could "wipe out" the title.
Website aims to encourage online debates on areas of governance, health, science, culture and the en
Film-maker Fazel Hawramy writes about the plight of journalists and other political prisoners in Ira
Alton left the Independent when Alexander Lebedev took control of the paper last month.
Sites will cost £1 a day or £2 a week.
The highest number of complaints related to truth and accuracy, followed by privacy breach.
Press cuttings agencies and the PR industry currently pay the NLA fees worth £20m a year for reprodu
Sunday Mirror's Vincent Moss: "No money changed hands, it was just a good old-fashioned scoop relyin
Agencies say they will consult with Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt over "anti-competitive" moves.
"It is true that my financial situation is under stress. However, that is no excuse for a serious la
Anger over planned move of journalists.
"I'll miss the company, but I think out of everything I will miss the banter between the staff the m
Coalition plans to extend anonymity in rape cases to defendants.
"Girl with a one track mind" blogger Zoe Margolis wins damages for "hooker" jibe in headline.
Digital content director says more creative solutions are needed to bring profits up again.
Magazine executive hails Murdoch's forthcoming paywall as a vital experiment for the media business.
Cartoon drawn in response to Facebook's "Everybody Draw Muhammed Day!"
Hari's pieces investigated Dubai, British jihadists and climate change.
The FT becomes the first national newspaper to withdraw from the monthly online audit.
Announcement comes ahead of chief executive's resignation.
The media mogul feels the digital archive will harm the print journalism market.
British journalist Andrew Buncombe injured in fighting in Thai capital Bangkok.
Over 2,000 developers have already registered for the new database.
"Increasingly we are going to have to teach journalists to be more entrepreneurial in their outlook,
"All there was the wretched TV debates. What did they [tabloids] do? They told their readers that th
"It is about strengthening our most important relationship, our readership, and in turn providing a
Witherow says "the vast majority of readers" are likely to be lost once the paywall is up next month
The rise was caused by a controversial article on singer Stephen Gately's death.