Lord Justice Leveson

David Cameron's links with the media were too close, former cabinet secretary Lord O'Donnell has said. The peer - who retired
Rebekah Brooks had devoted more than half her life to serving the British arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation empire
Rupert Murdoch may have been suffering "selective amnesia" when he claimed to have forgotten a key lunch with Margaret Thatcher
Perhaps, after they have finished dealing with the British media, Lord Justice Leveson and Lord Hunt should offer their combined talents to Islamabad? They might be there a long time.
Eight government ministers including David Cameron will be awarded "core participant" status in the Leveson Inquiry ahead
The Government has applied to be awarded "core participant" status in the Leveson Inquiry ahead of key appearances next week
The judge leading the Leveson Inquiry into media standards has suggested that the planned second part of his probe - into
The comedian who threw a foam pie at Rupert Murdoch has no regrets about the stunt - but will not try anything similar when
Rebekah Brooks borrowed her Scotland Yard horse after discussing it over lunch with Britain's top officer, an inquiry heard
A former Metropolitan assistant commissioner who did not reveal that the-then deputy prime minister, John Prescott, had been