The Daily Mirror

The Court of Appeal gave judgment today in a case which the Mirror is suing a young single mother called Stephanie Ward from which whom it stole a story which the paper then published as an "exclusive" on its front page. The judgment re-instated the Mirror's defence that a judge had struck out, and opens the way for a trial at which the MGN will seek an order that Stephanie Ward will pay the legal costs that it has incurred defending the claim, and any damages that it is ordered to pay.
In lieu of the mainly anticlimactic event that was the solar eclipse this morning, the internet was amused by attempts by
The Sun newspaper is outraged this morning that not every single Labour MP turned up for yesterday's Commons debate designed
"We all have multiple identities," says Tony Parsons when I ask him whether he feels more of an Englishman or a Londoner, "but I certainly feel like I'm both. But I also feel British.
Jennifer Ellison is fighting to keep fit after enduring cruel taunts about her figure following the birth of her baby boy
Michelle Keegan has been nursing a secret heartache - she reportedly dumped Wanted hunk Max George two weeks ago. Max and
The tabloid press can struggle with journalistic ethics surrounding intrusion into grief at the best of times. With the death of Houston they faced two further tests; writing respectfully about women and responsibly reporting drug addiction. On both counts I think they've failed. Much like the case of Amy Winehouse, the reason for her death was considered a given before any official statement was made. "Once an addict, always an addict". It's a lazy and inaccurate portrayal of addiction but one all too often taken up by the popular press.
The death of Wales Manager Gary Speed dominated Monday's newspapers as initial shock turned to grief. "There's only 1 Gary
A mixed bunch in this morning’s tabloids as no story really leads the headlines. The Sun reports that the “bitter son” of
Sunday July 10 2011 is a historic day for newspapers in the UK as the New of the World publishes its last edition. The paper