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The Daily Telegraph has sacked its editor, Tony Gallagher, and declared it will “reinvent the way we work” and move beyond news publishing.

The Daily Mail editor-in-chief, Paul Dacre

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Paul Dacre remains Britain’s highest-paid newspaper editor, receiving £1.8m last year, according to the annual report of Daily Mail & General Trust (DMGT).

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MPs are hopeful of adapting existing Royal Charter to make it more acceptable to news organisations

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Anthony Seldon said of Ralph Miliband article: 'It is nasty, it lacks taste and decency'

Enemies of the the Daily Mail discover new strength in numbers

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The Mail on Sunday's editor Geordie Greig (left) has apologised for sending a reporter to a memorial service for Ed Miliband's uncle

Mail on Sunday editor apologies for 'terrible lapse of judgement' after reporter gatecrashes memorial service for Ed Miliband's uncle

Paper's editor Geordie Greig says two journalists have been suspended and a full investigation is now being carried out

Ed Miliband V Daily Mail: Francis Maude criticises newspaper over 'pretty revolting' story

Cabinet Office Minister becomes the Mail's harshest Tory critic yet

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Former Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell accused Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre of being a "bully and a coward" last night, during a heated discussion of an article that described Ed Miliband's father as "the man who hated Britain".

Rupert Murdoch is trusted on press regulation by only 15 per cent of Sun readers

Newspapers cannot be trusted to regulate themselves, say readers

Newspapers that are vehemently opposed to a Parliament-approved royal charter on press regulation are at odds with the views of their own readers, a YouGov survey has found.

Rothermere buys rights to beef up control of DMGT

Viscount Rothermere today strengthened his financial hold over Daily Mail & General Trust by buying out a 29.3% voting stake belonging to family members in a £50 million transaction.

Daily Mail agrees to pay TV psychic Sally Morgan 'substantial' damages for libel

The publisher of a national newspaper has agreed to pay "substantial" damages to a psychic after an article suggested she had "perpetrated a scam" on a theatre audience, a High Court judge was told.

Psychic accepts £125,000 in settlement from the Daily Mail after newspaper suggested she had scammed audience

Sally Morgan accepts libel damages from Associated Newspapers, who have apologised and agreed to pay legal costs

The former Wales captain Jonathan Davies says taking Jonny Wilkinson on the British and Irish Lions tour would have been a backward step

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Daily Mail columnist Melanie Phillips has launched a range of products and merchandise

Phillips launches ‘Brand Melanie’ as she tries to become the darling of the American right

Right-wing columnist launches her own branded merchandise as she takes on the American market

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Newspapers set out rival plan for press regulation

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