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
Gordon's bully boys and a Bullingdon original at Leveson.
The Tories will be delighted with the Chancellor's calm performance.
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
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
Clegg, Salmond, Miliband, Harman, Major and Brown will also appear.
Dozens of celebrities have had flight information sold to international picture agency Big Pictures by Virgin Atlantic employee
How powerful people see opposition.
Vince Cable and Ken Clarke face Leveson and Jay
The Guardian editor on the newspaper's future - an extended extract.
Alan Rusbridger can claim to be the Guardian’s greatest editor. But, asks Peter Wilby, will he also be its last?
New editor Lloyd Embley backed Miliband for the leadership at the People.
Journalist speaks out after no charges are brought against her
Daily Mirror editor and Sunday Mirror editor both made redundant.
Former News of the World editor's woes continue.
Daily Mail's campaign leads to a watered down bill.
North Devon Journal prints edition-specific wraps.
George Osborne's U-turn a result of "listening to Sun readers".
Insufficient evidence against her to provide a “realistic prospect of conviction”.
The former PM effortlessly charmed Leveson and Robert Jay.
The former PM on media regulation, his relationship with Murdoch and the Daily Mail.
The Mail's attacks on Carina Trimingham were unacceptable.
Michael Gove and Theresa May will also appear this week.
Including 1000 texts between DCMS and News Corp.
Judge orders Trimingham to pay the Mail's legal costs
Leveson Inquiry hears that 1000 text messages were exchanged.
Executive Helen Oldfield criticised by the board.
Contrary to the “clannish” stereotype, dissent comes naturally to Jewish people in Britain, says David Cesarani.
Emails suggest that Mazher Mahmood commissioned surveillance of the MP.