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Peter Oborne quit as the Daily Telegraph’s chief political commentator last week

Peter Oborne: Press regulator to investigate Daily Telegraph

Oborne accused the Telegraph of refusing to run stories about the scandal enveloping HSBC because of concerns over advertising

The Daily Telegraph is accused by staff of downplaying HSBC stories

Media anger over Telegraph suicide story

Newspapers condemn the publication's 'unforgivable and immoral' attack

The editorial published on Thursday

The Telegraph editorial: Newspaper will make 'no apology' over HSBC scandal coverage

Newspaper releases defiant editorial after Peter Oborne allegations

Chief reporter at the Croydon Advertiser Gareth Davies

Police gave journalist investigating fraudster a harassment warning

Reporter seeks to clear his name – and warns that his case is an example of a chilling threat to press freedom

Peter Oborne quit as the Daily Telegraph’s chief political commentator on Tuesday night

Telegraph row: Newspaper faces further claims that advertising revenue drove editorial policy

Press watchdog backs hotline for whistleblowers

Senior writer Peter Osborne criticised his paper’s minimal coverage of the tax evasion scandal

Peter Oborne resignation: Senior writer quits Telegraph dramatically over HSBC allegations

Columnist accuses paper's owners of suppressing reportage for fear of losing advertising revenue

Arctic Monkeys took home four trophies at the NME Awards last year

NME denies reports that it will go free after slump in sales

NME sold just 13,995 a week in the second half of 2014

Cilla Black was one of the celebrities who had voicemails hacked by Trinity Mirror

Phone hacking: Trinity Mirror 'truly sorry' in public apology for illegally accessing voicemails

Compensation claims could cost the company £12 million so far

Millionaire businessman Pierre Bergé became part-owner of Le Monde in 2010

HSBC leaks: Le Monde owners attack paper's 'Swissleaks' coverage in tax row

Proprietor accuses France's most respected newspaper of 'acting like informers' and 'throwing people to the wolves'

Frederike Geerdink, a journalist who lives in Diyarbakir, south-east Turkey, and reports on Kurdish issues

Frederike Geerdink: The Dutch journalist facing five years in prison in Turkey for 'terrorist propaganda' after highlighting the struggle of the Kurds

'I was really flabbergasted,' says Ms Geerdink, who tells Chris Green why she is determined to stay and fight

Freedom of Information Act 10 years on: How the legislation changed journalism

The FOI Act came into force in 1996, launching a new era in politics, information and journalism

Snapchat Discover introduced to lure news organisations to controversial picture-sharing app

New feature sends out stories from Vice, CNN and others

Staff assemble outside the old City Road offices in London

25 years of The Independent on Sunday: The stories, the writers and the changes over the last quarter of a century

On 28 January 1990, the very first issue was published. Susie Mesure revisits 25 stories and writers, while staff who were there on day one, and still work here now, remember the early days

The Sun has issued a 'correction and clarification'

Page 3: Topless model appears in The Sun for first time in almost a week

The No To Page 3 campaign group, who had all but declared victory in their battle to have the feature axed, said the 'fight might be back on'

Newspaper stands have been criticised by the Child Eyes campaign

The Sun drops page 3? No More Page Three hails 'historic moment' amid reports tabloid newspaper has cancelled topless models

The newspaper has been showing topless models on Page Three for 40 years

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