Maccabi Lions football team in their changing room
Who speaks for British Jews?
By David Cesarani - 23 May 11:03

Contrary to the “clannish” stereotype, dissent comes naturally to Jewish people in Britain, says David Cesarani.

Fake sheikh "ordered" surveillance on Tom Watson
By Harriet Williams - 22 May 12:02

Emails suggest that Mazher Mahmood commissioned surveillance of the MP.

New Statesman
News International appoints Boris Johnson's aide
By Harriet Williams - 21 May 11:26

Guto Harri will be head of communications at the company.

Rebranded press trade body claims 2m readership boost
Rebranded press trade body claims 2m readership boost
By Dominic Ponsford - 21 May 10:56

Newsworks releases statistics on advertising value.

Murdoch: No plans to sell News International
By Press Gazette - 21 May 10:46

Weekend reports denied by chairman.

New Statesman
Samantha Brick, Carole Malone: rewarded for “saying the unsayable”
By Steve Baxter - 18 May 8:15

There is a place for divisive opinions, but it is unpalatable to express horrible thoughts and get p

New Statesman
Jack Straw gossips with Rebekah Brooks
By Harriet Williams - 17 May 12:40

Former Justice Secretary's reveals friendly arrangements - but criticises journalists.

Ad revenue down 9 per cent at Johnston Press
Ad revenue down 9 per cent at Johnston Press
By Andrew Pugh - 17 May 10:39

Print and classified advertising down, digital up.

Jeremy Hunt, Adam Smith, Frederic Michel to appear at Leveson
Jeremy Hunt, Adam Smith, Frédéric Michel to appear at Leveson
By Harriet Williams - 16 May 11:29

Lord Leveson confirms their appearance by the "end of May".

New Statesman
AFP to send 180 journalists to cover Olympics
By Andrew Pugh - 16 May 10:34

French news agency aims to provide 1,000 videos in different languages

Brooks raises 'grave doubts' over chance of a fair trial
Brooks raises 'grave doubts' over chance of a fair trial
By Andrew Pugh - 16 May 10:11

After Brooks was formally charged yesterday, she hit back at the CPS

Circulation figures: Express up, Guardian down.
By New Statesman - 15 May 15:54

Year on year, all newspaper sales fall.

New Statesman
Rebekah Brooks to be charged with perverting the course of justice
By Samira Shackle - 15 May 10:07

The former head of News International and her husband Charlie Brooks face charges over phone-hacking

Ray Tindle increases stake in Johnston Press
Ray Tindle increases stake in Johnston Press
By Harriet Williams - 14 May 12:01

Local newspaper owner invests more in struggling newspaper group.

New Statesman
Les Hinton criticises MP's phone hacking report
By Harriet Williams - 14 May 11:25

Report was unfair and erroneous, former News International chief claims.

Rebekah Brooks leaves the High Court.
Is the Leveson inquiry too gossipy?
By Harriet Williams - 11 May 17:30

People love gossip, but it risks detracting from the bigger issues.

Former Sun editor and News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks.
Brooks received "commiserations" from No. 10 and No. 11
By George Eaton - 11 May 10:16

Former News International chief executive received messages of support when she resigned.

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne
Why isn't Osborne appearing at the Leveson inquiry?
By George Eaton - 11 May 9:15

The man who first approached Coulson should appear in person.

New Statesman
Political sketch: Coulson's tell-none at Leveson
By Peter McHugh - 10 May 18:16

At today's inquiry, an accountant with a bad memory and Harmsworth, the hands-off mogul.

The Guardian's offices in King's Place, London.
The Guardian considered backing the Tories
By George Eaton - 10 May 16:06

Andy Coulson says the paper told him a Conservative endorsement was "possible".

News Corporation announces profit rise
News Corporation announces profit rise
By Harriet Williams - 10 May 12:37

Fiscal quarter results form a defence of Murdoch.

Selective evidence: an ugly political game
By Steven Baxter - 10 May 12:20

Commentary surrounding the horrific Rochdale case speaks more for the critics than the victims.

New Statesman
Met: Impossible to say whether Dowler messages deleted
By Andrew Pugh - 10 May 10:42

Police investigation announces its findings at Leveson.

Pressure increases on Sly Bailey
Pressure on Sly Bailey increases
By Harriet Williams - 09 May 14:35

Outgoing Trinity Mirror executive attracts more protest in the wake of her resignation.

Mail adds Press Club prize to newspaper of the year award
Mail adds Press Club prize to newspaper of the year award
By Press Gazette - 09 May 13:34

More prizes for the popular tabloid newspaper.

C of E invokes power of prayer to help the press
C of E invokes power of prayer to help the press
By Andrew Pugh - 09 May 13:26

Sunday 20th May has been designated a day of prayer for the media.

New Statesman
Ex-Met officer bailed over "payments"
By Press Gazette - 04 May 13:26

Arrest came after information was provided to police by News Corporation's Management Standards Comm

New Statesman
Trinity chief executive Sly Bailey to quit
By Andrew Pugh - 04 May 13:15

CEO of Mirror titles has faced criticism over her pay package.

Coulson and Brooks to appear at Leveson next week
By George Eaton - 03 May 15:25

Former News International executives will appear at the inquiry on Thursday and Friday.

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