When David Cameron became Prime Minister, he vowed to hold his government to a higher standard than its predecessors.
Leveson evidence shows News International's plans for multi-million pound sponsorship of academy and
Important that the inquiry does not restrict police investigations, judge says.
The internal Management and Standards Committee has completed its investigation, Murdoch says.
The media empire hits back at the select committee report.
"Bwing on the Euwos", says front page headline.
Tory MPs vote against main criticism of Murdoch in select committee report.
An article in the Sun today about the popularity of "lolcats" has drawn ridicule online.
The Southern Reporter will remain in the town.
The figure comes up against just 70 launches.
Hinton, Myler and Crone will also come under fire.
The former News of the World chief reporter will not be prosecuted.
Culture Secretary "confident" they will clear his name.
Johnston Press announced it was combining the editorial roles two weeks ago.
The company is saddled with huge debt.
A New York memorial brought together Hitchens's comrades and friends.
News Corp head admits News of the World disguised phone-hacking.
The minister claims he has acted with "scrupulous fairness".
"The threat to our democracy is severe", says Louise Mensch
The media group predicts that digital audiences will grow from 10m to 20m by 2020
Drama at the Royal Courts spreads to the Commons.
For several days before James Murdoch’s appearance at the Leveson inquiry, the word on the Fleet Street grapevine was that he would plant an explosive device under the political career of Jeremy Hunt, the Culture Secretary. Murdoch Jr did not disappoint.
The News Corp head could yet be called by Congress to explain himself.
Was there a wrongful disclosure of price sensitive information?
The owners of Telegraph Media Group have a fortune estimated at 2.25bn.
Adam Smith says that he acted "without authorisation from the Secretary of State".
Emails released yesterday dispute the claim that Hunt was impartial in BSkyB bid.
What today's emails tell us about Jeremy Hunt and his relationship with News Corp.
At Leveson, Robert Jay QC questions James Rupert Jacob.
The Tory MP claims that local press "performs a unique function in our democracy".