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Cameron texted Rebekah Brooks "a dozen" times a day
By George Eaton - 03 May 11:45

The PM's text exchanges with Brooks could soon be published.

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News Corp board has "full confidence" in Murdoch
By Press Gazette - 03 May 10:54

News Corp dismisses the select committee's claim that Murdoch is unfit to run the company.

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Leader: Even now, the Tories are putting News Corp interests first
By New Statesman - 02 May 15:29

When David Cameron became Prime Minister, he vowed to hold his government to a higher standard than its predecessors.

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Links between Boris Johnson and News International revealed
By Emily Wight - 02 May 12:52

Leveson evidence shows News International's plans for multi-million pound sponsorship of academy and

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Leveson: second half of inquiry may not go ahead
By Emily Wight - 02 May 11:58

Important that the inquiry does not restrict police investigations, judge says.

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Murdoch tells staff NI internal purge is over
By Dominic Ponsford - 02 May 10:39

The internal Management and Standards Committee has completed its investigation, Murdoch says.

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News Corp: MPs' report "unjustified and highly partisan"
By Press Gazette - 02 May 10:34

The media empire hits back at the select committee report.

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The Sun mocks Hodgson's speech impediment. Too far?
By Samira Shackle - 02 May 10:05

"Bwing on the Euwos", says front page headline.

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The Tories come to Murdoch's defence
By George Eaton - 01 May 12:08

Tory MPs vote against main criticism of Murdoch in select committee report.

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The Sun brings a new meaning to old news
By New Statesman - 01 May 11:43

An article in the Sun today about the popularity of "lolcats" has drawn ridicule online.

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Johnston Weekly to open new office in Selkirk
By Andrew Pugh - 01 May 11:11

The Southern Reporter will remain in the town.

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Press Gazette research reveals 242 local press closures in seven years
By Dominic Ponsford - 01 May 11:01

The figure comes up against just 70 launches.

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Phone-hacking report to criticise James Murdoch
By Emily Wight - 01 May 10:54

Hinton, Myler and Crone will also come under fire.

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Thurlbeck will not face charges over witness intimidation
By Andrew Pugh - 27 April 16:10

The former News of the World chief reporter will not be prosecuted.

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Hunt to hand over private texts and emails to Leveson
By Press Gazette - 27 April 11:14

Culture Secretary "confident" they will clear his name.

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Charlton named combined editor of Yorkshire dailies
By Press Gazette - 27 April 11:08

Johnston Press announced it was combining the editorial roles two weeks ago.

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Johnson Press: Zombie Company?
By Dominic Ponsford - 26 April 16:54

The company is saddled with huge debt.

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Goodbye to Hitch
By Denis MacShane - 26 April 13:21

A New York memorial brought together Hitchens's comrades and friends.

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Murdoch admits: there was a "cover-up"
By George Eaton - 26 April 11:36

News Corp head admits News of the World disguised phone-hacking.

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Jeremy Hunt faces three investigations over BSkyB bid
By Press Gazette - 26 April 11:27

The minister claims he has acted with "scrupulous fairness".

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"Local press needs level playing field on subsidies"
By Andrew Pugh - 26 April 11:21

"The threat to our democracy is severe", says Louise Mensch

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Johnston Press predicts "few daily print titles" by 2020
By Andrew Pugh - 26 April 11:15

The media group predicts that digital audiences will grow from 10m to 20m by 2020

PMQs sketch: Decibels replace debate
By Peter McHugh - 25 April 17:52

Drama at the Royal Courts spreads to the Commons.

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Rupert’s revenge, a dodgy dossier and a minister on the run
By Peter Wilby - 25 April 16:18

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.

Letter from Washington
Rupert Murdoch always felt like an outsider. Now he could become one
By Nicholas Wapshott - 25 April 16:02

The News Corp head could yet be called by Congress to explain himself.

New Statesman
Hunt and News International: a market abuse angle
By David Allen Green - 25 April 14:58

Was there a wrongful disclosure of price sensitive information?

New Statesman
Barclays top list of UK's richest newspaper owners
By Press Gazette - 25 April 11:37

The owners of Telegraph Media Group have a fortune estimated at 2.25bn.

Jeremy Hunt.
Hunt's special adviser falls on his sword
By Samira Shackle - 25 April 11:30

Adam Smith says that he acted "without authorisation from the Secretary of State".

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Jeremy Hunt asks Leveson inquiry for the chance to explain himself
By Emily Wight - 25 April 11:24

Emails released yesterday dispute the claim that Hunt was impartial in BSkyB bid.

Take That performing in February 2011.
"Shared objectives", "illegal" briefings, and . . . Take That
By Samira Shackle - 24 April 18:12

What today's emails tell us about Jeremy Hunt and his relationship with News Corp.