'It offends all principles of natural justice'.
A plan that could make newspapers pay costs of people who sue them and lose are an “insane” attempt to “blackmail” the press
The editor in chief of the Sun has said the public will "have to have to take my word" that the newspaper's story alleging
The Telegraph has cut high-profile journalists, including its deputy editor Benedict Brogan and blogs editor Damian Thompson
Robert Peston's claims that the BBC is preoccupied with a news agenda set by right-wing newspapers like the Daily Mail and
The last two weeks have seen almost every national newspaper editor give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into press standards