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Rebekah Brooks, former chief executive of News International, has been described as a

Hacking trial: 'Nightmare' Rebekah Brooks 'humiliated and abused' Sun’s news chief

"She slammed the door so hard that the handle fell off"

The London mayor hatched plan in 1999 when he was editor of The Spectator

Boris Johnson's elaborate ruse to persuade News Of The World he was a cocaine dealer

London mayor hatched plan in 1999 when he was editor of The Spectator

Sajid Javid, MP for Bromsgrove, is to become the new Culture Secretary after Maria Miller's resignation

Terrorists exploiting the 'right to be forgotten ruling' to cover up trials, minister says

Culture Secretary Sajid Javid hit out at the European Court of Justice ruling

Fake Sheikh blames ‘Beast of Bodmin grudge’ for BBC claims

BBC: “We will let our programme speak for itself when we broadcast it.”

Sir Alan Moses said the power to levy £1m fines was ‘a big bazooka’ that Ipso was unwilling to use

Press watchdog Ipso says David Cameron 'promised the Earth to media victims' but could not deliver

'We want a free, fair, unruly press,' Sir Alan Moses tells newspaper executives in speech

A drugs trial involving Tulisa Contostavlos collapsed in July as a judge questioned Mazher Mahmood’s credibility

Fake Sheikh to be unmasked in BBC Panorama documentary

Mazher Mahmood failed to obtain an injunction

The journalist was found guilty of making illegal payments to a prison officer in return for stories about a convicted child-killer Jon Venables

News of the World journalist guilty of paying for Bulger stories

Journalist cannot be named for legal reasons

Sir Alan Moses is due to set out his proposals for the fledgling body in a speech tomorrow

Press watchdog chairman Sir Alan Moses wants more power for victims

"He is anxious for reform to investigate abuses and offer redress"

Graham Johnson leaving court in London yesterday

Former Sunday Mirror reporter Graham Johnson ‘turned himself in’ and admitted phone hacking

A former journalist at the Sunday Mirror who was investigating a soap star’s alleged relationship with a gangland boss, has pleaded guilty to phone hacking.

Rupert Murdoch is under increasing pressure from campaigners to drop the Page 3 feature,which started in 1970

Sun newspaper banned from using 'sexist' and 'demeaning' Page 3 Girl date competition

Advertising Standards Agency upheld complaints against Murdoch's paper

Branson said the he found the newspaper reports over the weekend 'very uncomfortable

Virgin Galactic crash: Sir Richard Branson criticises 'self-proclaimed experts' for getting theories 'horribly wrong'

The Virgin founder said he was pleased that the NTSB had denied that an explosion had occurred on the SpaceShipTwo craft

Richard Peppiatt confronts Hugh Whittow, editor of the ‘Daily Express’

The camera is turned on tabloid editors in Richard Peppiatt's 'One Rogue Reporter'

Hugh Grant said the film would highlight issues raised by Leveson

The Sun newspaper's Whitehall editor Clodagh Hartley

Sun journalist ‘paid £750 for budget details’

A government press officer leaked budget secrets to a Sun reporter in exchange for £750, a court has heard.

'EastEnders' actors Lucy Benjamin and Steve McFadden were mentioned in some of the emails

Mirror Group faces further investigation into phone-hacking

Emails suggest interception was used routinely

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