By George Eaton - 29 November 09:02
Your timetable for today.
By Martin Robbins - 28 November 06:06
"As long as our insatiable demand for trashy gossip and comforting lies remains it will continue to be satisfied by any means possible", writes Martin Robbins.
By George Eaton - 28 November 04:41
Miliband called for a cap of 20-30 per cent on newspaper market share when he appeared before the inquiry.
By New Statesman - 28 November 04:09
The introduction of state regulation, however minimal, would be neither just nor necessary.
By Nigel Warner - 27 November 11:36
We need a new platform-neutral regulator that no longer treats newspapers, broadcasters and websites as if they live in discrete little boxes.
By New Statesman - 22 November 10:57
The inquiry's report into the "culture, practices and ethics" of the press will be released at 1:30pm on 29 November.
By New Statesman - 16 November 09:31
Prepare to be amazed by the state of the FT's loos.
By Padraig Reidy - 14 November 08:54
Self-regulation is the only way to ensure that journalist don't end up with less of a right to free expression than anyone else.
By Dan Hodges - 31 October 04:14
There is growing wariness in Labour ranks about where the phone-hacking debate is heading.
By Steven Baxter - 17 October 12:32
The BBC has serious questions to answer, but there were other institutions that allowed Jimmy Savile to commit his atrocities, too.