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Labour MP Chuka Umunna apologises for comments on elite social network saying London's nightclubs are 'full of trash'

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Cameron keeps his power dry on Leveson Report

No 10 says Prime Minister will read the report in full before making decisions on press regulation

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Researchers say a handshake can really seal the deal

The "continental" kiss on both cheeks might be currently in vogue, but when it comes to conveying good will and instilling confidence, it turns out nothing beats an old-fashioned handshake.

BAE denies merger windfall report

Defence giant BAE Systems today denied that its chief executive stands to make £18 million if the firm's merger with Airbus aircraft manufacturer EADS goes ahead.

72 told they were victims of snooping

Dozens of people have been told by the Information Commissioner's Office they were the target of searches by a private investigator working for newspapers who was later convicted of breaching data protection rules.

The Sketch: Counsel Jay just couldn't get the better of Andy Coulson

Coulson pointed out that his paper invented 'hug-a-hoodie', which still makes David Cameron look a little silly

Huhne’s partner denies allegations

Chris Huhne's partner Carina Trimingham denied a suggestion that she had been a “habitual serial seller of titbits to the press” as she brought a High Court damages action over a “cataclysmic interference” with her private life.

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DMGT warns of fall in print ad revenues

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