Sunday Mirror

Leicester City Football Club launched an internal investigation on Sunday following a report in the Sunday Mirror that three
Endemic: Former Daily Mirror journalist James Hipwell is due to give evidence during the two-week hearing Counsel said that
The new press watchdog has shown it will try to be tougher on the media than its predecessor, after the fledgling regulator
The tabloid at the centre of a growing storm over the use of two women's images as bait in a sting - without their consent
A Tory MP is complaining to the new press regulator over a tabloid's "entrapment" of a minister, who was tricked into "sexting
A quick scan through the Twittersphere reveals plenty of expressions of disgust about Newmark's behaviour, but relatively few about the questionable morality of what is effectively a sting operation. If the editors of the Sunday Mirror had any integrity, they would sack the journalist responsible. They don't, so they won't.
The Sophie Wittams Twitter account had also interacted with Dover and Deal MP Charlie Elphicke and Dan Byles, MP for North
Israel has resumed its offensive in Gaza that has killed more than 1,000 people in less than three weeks - as former deputy
I can never be sure whether any of the stories I worked on were expedited by the headlining practise of hacking. What I can be sure of is that a number of leads that had reached a dead end, had all of a sudden endless avenues after a hack's surreptitious chat with news desk elders. It is amazing what you can learn by eavesdropping on a phone call of a hack, rather than hacking a phone of a Jude Law.
Alan Yentob, the BBC's creative director and one of its most famous faces, is suing the publishers of the Sunday Mirror over