News International

The Sun's Right to Know

Martin Moore | Posted 09.12.2011 | UK
Martin Moore

Scrutiny of public figures, of government, of commercial organisations, of celebrities, of pretty much anyone in society is a good thing in Trevor Kavanagh's world. But scrutiny of the press? Even when there is evidence of industrial scale malpractice? No. That, in Kavanagh's world, is a witch hunt.

Leveson Inquiry Could Become Tabloid Witch-Hunt, Warns Sun Veteran

The Guardian | Posted 06.12.2011 | UK

The former political editor of the Sun, Trevor Kavanagh, has voiced concerns that the Leveson inquiry into phone hacking and press standards could bec...

Reporter Tells Of 'Ethical Rot' In Newspapers As Leveson Inquiry Launches

The Huffington Post UK | Stephen Hull | Posted 06.12.2011 | UK

A former Daily Star reporter unleashed a highly critical assessment of Britain’s newspaper industry at the opening of the Leveson Inquiry today by s...

Phone Hacking: News International Faces More Than 60 Claims

The Guardian | Posted 05.12.2011 | UK

The father of Josie Russell, the girl who survived a hammer attack in which her mother and sister were killed, is among a raft of new claimants suing ...

'Sun On Sunday' Edges Step Closer With Hiring Spree

The Independent | Posted 04.12.2011 | UK

The possibility of Rupert Murdoch launching a replacement Sunday newspaper for the defunct News of the World increased yesterday as News International...

Michael Gove: 'Rupert Murdoch Is A Great Man'

Press Gazette | Posted 04.12.2011 | UK

Rupert Murdoch is a "force of nature" and a "phenomenon", a cabinet minister said yesterday as he defended the media mogul's record in British journal...

Gove: Blair Was Always Thinking 'Does My Legacy Look Big In This?

Huffington Post UK | Dina Rickman | Posted 03.12.2011 | UK Politics

David Cameron is not the natural heir to Tony Blair - because he is more humble, according to education secretary Michael Gove. "The danger, to be ...

Bad Journalists Should Be 'Struck Off' Says Labour's Ivan Lewis

Stephen Hull | Posted 26.11.2011 | UK Politics

Newspapers should be forced to print front page apologies and journalists should be "struck off" if they break new guidelines, Labour’s shadow cultu...

Andy Coulson 'To Sue News Group Newspapers'

Posted 23.11.2011 | UK Politics

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson is to sue his former employer News Group Newspapers for breaking an agreement to pay his legal fees, it h...

Phone Hacking Lawyer Pursues Legal Action In US

Posted 23.11.2011 | UK

A lawyer representing victims of phone hacking, including the family of Milly Dowler, is set to launch legal action in the United States against Ruper...

Olivia Williams

Giles Coren On Women, Weed and Working For The Beeb

HuffingtonPost.com | Olivia Williams | Posted 08.11.2011 | UK

Giles Coren arrives panting apologies for his tardiness. He is extremely excitable, which he puts down to “too much oxygen to the brain”, having s...

Man Arrested Over Phone Hacking In Pre-Dawn Raid

PA | Posted 06.11.2011 | UK

Detectives investigating phone hacking at the News of the World have arrested a 35-year-old man. Officers from Scotland Yard's O...

James Murdoch 'Was Told Of Hack Email'

PA | Posted 06.11.2011 | UK Politics

The former legal chief of News Group Newspapers has told MPs he was "certain" he told James Murdoch about an explosive email which proved th...

News International Chiefs 'Surprised' By Hack Claim

PA | Posted 08.11.2011 | UK Politics

Senior executives at News International were "surprised" to hear claims from jailed former News of the World royal correspondent Clive Goodm...

Hackgate: News International Executives To Appear Before Commons Committee

PA | Posted 05.11.2011 | UK Politics

PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Four former News International executives will face a fresh round of questioning from MPs over the phone-hacking scandal. The ...

Phone Hacking - News International Chiefs Face MPs

PA | Posted 05.11.2011 | UK Politics

PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Four former News International executives will face a fresh round of questioning from MPs over the phone-hacking scandal. The ...

News International To Sell 'Fortress Wapping' Headquarters

Huffington Post UK | Posted 05.11.2011 | UK

News International is to sell its Wapping headquarters, the company has announced. The 15-acre site has been News International's home for 25 years...

Blair Revealed As A Murdoch Godparent

PA | Posted 05.11.2011 | UK

PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Fresh questions have been raised about Tony Blair's links with Rupert Murdoch after it emerged he is godfather to one of the medi...

James Murdoch Refuses Six Million Dollar Bonus

Posted 02.11.2011 | UK

PRESS ASSOCIATION - James Murdoch, the boss of News Corporation's UK arm, has refused to accept a six million US dollars (£3.7 million) bonus in the ...

Hackgate: Stuart Kuttner Rearrested

The Express | Posted 30.10.2011 | UK

The former managing editor of the News of the World has been rearrested on suspicion of phone hacking and inappropriate payments to police, according ...

Watchdog Examines Coulson Complaint

Posted 25.10.2011 | UK Politics

PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The Parliamentary Standards Commissioner is considering a complaint after it was alleged Andy Coulson failed to disclose that he ...

Andy Coulson 'Paid By News Of The World While Working For Cameron'

PA | Posted 22.10.2011 | UK Politics

PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Prime Minister David Cameron faces "serious questions" over claims his former communications chief received several hundred thous...

BBC: Andy Coulson Recieved Murdoch Money While Working For Cameron

www.bbc.co.uk | Posted 22.10.2011 | UK Politics

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Police Arrest 38-Year-Old Man Over Phone Hacking

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 18.10.2011 | UK

The Guardian has reported that the award-winning former News of the World reporter James Desborough has been arrested by police investigating phone ha...

Law Firm Hired By News International Attacks 'Self-Serving' Murdoch

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 16.10.2011 | UK

The media law firm Rupert Murdoch accused of making a "major mistake" when it found no widespread evidence of phone hacking at News International four...