The Lord Rennard saga has greater implications for the country than simply exposing what he did or didn't do. Nick Clegg famously took a swipe at "the self-appointed detectives in the Press" in relation to the allegations against his party's former Chief Executive...
As we await the Privy Council's announcement on press regulation, one might expect tabloid editors and proprietors to keep a low profile and try to keep wraps on their more extremist views.
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One of the central recommendations of Lord Justice Leveson's report on press regulation could be unlawful, lawyers commissioned
There are plenty of legitimate arguments to be made against the judge's recommendations but can we please get our facts straight? And drop all the references to "positively Orwellian" measures and "Mugabe's Zimbabwe"? Ahead of this afternoon's debate in the Commons on press regulation, here's my modest attempt to debunk the five biggest media myths about the Leveson report.
Find out what David Cameron was really thinking during his House of Commons speech about the Leveson Inquiry. (Subtitles
Singer Charlotte Church backed the findings of the Leveson Inquiry on Thursday, calling it a “real and practical way of dealing
The prime minister is keeping an open mind about the future regulation of the press and will make no decisions before he
For your average punter, the Leveson Inquiry seems have gone on and on and on and... Well, the hacks at Press Association
Leveson will publish the first part of his report next Thursday Speaking at the Spectator magazine's parliamentary awards