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Newspaper stands have been criticised by the Child Eyes campaign

Andrew Mitchell, accompanied by his wife Sharon, arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice in London this week (AP)

Plebs, public school boys and politics: class war breaks out in Court 13

The Andrew Mitchell libel trial shows how far Britain’s divided society has come – and how much further it has to go

The pro-independence newspaper is expected to launch in Scotland in response to the burgeoning support for the SNP

The National: New paper will support independent Scotland

A new pro-independence daily newspaper is expected to launch in Scotland on Monday in response to the burgeoning support for the SNP following the independence campaign.

The NUJ has launched a lawsuit against the Met Police and the Home Office

Six journalists sue the British police over spying revelations

Records reveal journalists were placed on a watchlist of 'domestic extremists'

Jeff Pope: After Cilla, Biggs and Lucan, time for Danny Baker

Danny Baker, whose memoirs will be adapted for the BBC by Jeff Pope jack barnes

After 44 years, it is time that The Sun’s Page 3 went the same way as Dapper Laughs

Page 3 seems to belong to the world of Dapper Laughs, the determinedly sexist comic creation of Daniel O’Reilly, who was described as “a new Jim Davidson, at his worst”

Glossy posse: Editor Kate Reardon (centre) and team

Inside Tatler: A new programme will lift the lid on life at the glossy magazine

The writer Matthew Bell left 'The Independent on Sunday' for the society magazine a year ago, little realising he was about to star in a fly-on-the-wall documentary. What could possibly go wrong?
The 'Fake Sheikh'

Panorama: How we uncovered the Fake Sheikh’s sting tactics

"No one knows quite how many people have gone to prison thanks to the evidence of Mazher Mahmood"

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

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