According to new research, the politicians spend the equivalent of almost one day a week sending out the messages of no more
MPs are to write to James Murdoch to ask him to clarify evidence he gave to a parliamentary committee. After his evidence
The mother of Sarah Payne, the eight year old who was abducted and murdered in July 2000, has been told by police investigating
A Labour MP has referred James Murdoch's testimony before parliament to the police investigating phone hacking, after two
Rupert Murdoch and his son James have been quizzed by MPs at a hearing about the phone hacking crisis, in an appearance that
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is to give "full consideration" to calls for it to launch an investigation
Politicians and campaigners have welcomed the resignation of Rebekah Brooks as chief executive of News International – but
Truly, this relationship has damaged our governance. It has infected every Party and made it ever more difficult to make complex but essential arguments on behalf of those unable to defend themselves against the mob. The tabloid press, its campaigns, its lack of ethics, its use of emotive rhetoric to advance its causes and its influence on government has changed our democracy for the worse. It is the responsibility of all political Parties, not just the government of the day, to turn their back on cheap tabloid headlines and act, for once, in the public interest.
Nobody has done more to bring the truth about phone hacking at the News of the World into the open than West Midlands MP Tom Watson.