New Statesman
FT deputy becomes new US managing editor
By Press Gazette - 19 June 10:57

Gillian Tett, the assistant editor, takes sabbatical to write a book.

Brown in the clear over Murdoch "war" call
By George Eaton - 15 June 15:31

Cabinet Office says it has no record of alleged call to Murdoch in September 2009.

Cameron or Coulson, who's lying?
By George Eaton - 14 June 16:43

The PM contradicted Coulson's claim that he sought no "further assurances" over hacking.

Rebekah Brooks's text to David Cameron
By George Eaton - 14 June 12:21

"Let's discuss over country supper soon ... professionally we are in this together."

Leveson inquiry: 10 key questions for David Cameron
By George Eaton - 13 June 17:49

On Andy Coulson, the BSkyB bid and the Murdochs.

New Statesman
Rebekah Brooks granted bail until 22 June
By Joe Derry-Malone - 13 June 12:12

Brooks and her husband make appearance at court following charges of conspiring to pervert the course of justice.

Plastic Brit? Mo Farah after winning a race in Oregon earlier this month.
"Plastic Brits": are some Olympians more worthy of a cheer than others?
By Steve Baxter - 12 June 11:27

Screaming about "plastic Brits" may be a rare example of the <em>Mail</em> getting its own readers wrong.

New Statesman
Starmer weighs public interest in Dowler hacking
By Press Gazette - 12 June 11:20

Director of Public Prosecutions Kier Starmer has denied that the dozens of British journalists currently facing the prospect of criminal charges are victims of a politically-motivated witch-hunt

New Statesman
Sun slams 'master of disloyalty' Gordon Brown
By Press Gazette - 12 June 11:11

The Sun went on the attack this morning over Gordon Brown’s appearance at Leveson, running a comment piece accusing the “scheming” former prime minister of misleading the inquiry

New Statesman
Political sketch: Return of the Great Sulk
By Peter McHugh - 11 June 17:44

Gordon's bully boys and a Bullingdon original at Leveson.

Chancellor George Osborne leaves after giving evidence at the Leveson inquiry.
Osborne emerges unscathed from Leveson
By George Eaton - 11 June 16:54

The Tories will be delighted with the Chancellor's calm performance.

New Statesman
Peter Willis and Alison Phillips are new Mirror editors
By Press Gazette - 11 June 10:50

Daily Mirror deputy editor Peter Willis has been named as the new Monday to Friday editor of the paper and associate editor Alison Phillips is the new Saturday and Sunday editor

New Statesman
Geordie Greig bolsters senior team at MoS
By Press Gazette - 11 June 10:38

Mail on Sunday editor Geordie Greig has named Gerard Greaves as his deputy editor and recruited Tristan Davies from the Sunday Times to join the team as assistant editor

Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne.
Cameron and Osborne to appear before Leveson next week
By George Eaton - 08 June 10:48

Clegg, Salmond, Miliband, Harman, Major and Brown will also appear.

New Statesman
Virgin Atlantic confirms celebrity flight information leak
By Joe Derry-Malone - 07 June 13:00

Dozens of celebrities have had flight information sold to international picture agency Big Pictures by Virgin Atlantic employee

Ken Clarke on Jeremy Hunt and Baroness Warsi
Of lynch-mobs and witch-hunts
By David Allen Green - 06 June 11:50

How powerful people see opposition.

Political sketch: Grown ups at Leveson
By Peter McHugh - 30 May 17:41

Vince Cable and Ken Clarke face Leveson and Jay

Alan Rusbridger
Exclusive: Alan Rusbridger profile by Peter Wilby
By New Statesman - 30 May 17:15

The Guardian editor on the newspaper's future - an extended extract.

Alan Rusbriger, editor of the Guardian, interviewed by Peter Wilby
Alan Rusbridger: the quiet evangelist
By Peter Wilby - 30 May 15:40

Alan Rusbridger can claim to be the Guardian’s greatest editor. But, asks Peter Wilby, will he also be its last?

Lloyd Embley, the new editor of the Daily Mirror and the Sunday Mirror.
Miliband gets his man at the Mirror
By George Eaton - 30 May 15:14

New editor Lloyd Embley backed Miliband for the leadership at the People.

Amelia Hill condemns 'sinister' police investigation
Amelia Hill condemns 'sinister' police investigation
By Press Gazette - 30 May 12:05

Journalist speaks out after no charges are brought against her

Richard Wallace, editor of the Daily Mirror, arrives at the Leveson inquiry.
Mirror editors axed as paper goes seven days
By Andrew Pugh - 30 May 10:58

Daily Mirror editor and Sunday Mirror editor both made redundant.

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson.
Coulson detained on suspicion of perjury
By George Eaton - 30 May 10:18

Former News of the World editor's woes continue.

Clarke listens to Daily Mail on secret justice proposals
Clarke listens to Daily Mail on secret justice proposals
By Press Gazette - 29 May 11:56

Daily Mail's campaign leads to a watered down bill.

Readers snap up weekly's Olympics torch splash
Readers snap up weekly's Olympics torch splash
By Andrew Pugh - 29 May 11:50

North Devon Journal prints edition-specific wraps.

Sun claims victory in 'Who Vat all the pies?' campaign
Sun claims victory in 'Who Vat all the pies?' campaign
By Andrew Pugh - 29 May 11:37

George Osborne's U-turn a result of "listening to Sun readers".

CPS decides not to prosecute Guardian's Amelia Hill
CPS decides not to prosecute Guardian's Amelia Hill
By Press Gazette - 29 May 11:30

Insufficient evidence against her to provide a “realistic prospect of conviction”.

New Statesman
Political sketch: Tony virtuoso
By Peter McHugh - 28 May 17:23

The former PM effortlessly charmed Leveson and Robert Jay.

Tony Blair, Leveson.
Tony Blair’s appearance at Leveson: 10 key points
By Samira Shackle - 28 May 16:21

The former PM on media regulation, his relationship with Murdoch and the Daily Mail.

Trimingham's loss is a victory for bi-phobia
Trimingham's loss is a victory for bi-phobia
By Nichi Hodgson - 28 May 11:35

The Mail's attacks on Carina Trimingham were unacceptable.

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