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Leveson to recall Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre

Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre is to be recalled to the Leveson Inquiry into press standards, its chairman said today.

Mail editor knew of detective work

The editor of the Daily Mail was aware the newspaper was using search agencies, but not the extent to which they were doing so, he told the inquiry into press standards today.

Huhne partnter Carina Trimingham sues Daily Mail publisher

Carina Trimingham, partner of Chris Huhne, is bringing a legal action against Associated Newspapers, publisher of the Daily Mail, for its portrayal of her since the break up of Mr Huhne's 26-year marriage to Vicky Pryce. Mr Huhne, 57, left Ms Pryce in the summer of 2010 when it emerged that he had been having an affair with Ms Trimingham, his former press aide (inset), then 44.

Mail fails in fight against anonymity at Leveson Inquiry

Journalists who fear their testimony could end their careers will be able to remain anonymous if they appear at the Leveson Inquiry.

Leveson evidence 'can be anonymous', rule judges

Three senior judges ruled today that some journalists can remain anonymous when giving evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into press standards.

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Deborah Ross: Get the Thatcher look: snatch some milk

If you ask me, which is always a mistake – darlings, what I don't know may well be the only stuff worth knowing; I'm not entirely without self-awareness – I would still like to help you achieve "The Thatcher look" which, in the light of the film The Iron Lady, is being promoted here, there and everywhere.

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Mail on Sunday paid private investigator after his arrest

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Leveson Inquiry: Mail on Sunday 'ran risk' by hiring detective

The Mail on Sunday continued using a private detective for 18 months after he was raided in an investigation into the illegal trade of personal information, the Leveson Inquiry heard today.

Ian Burrell: News of the World outcasts still appear to have their friends in prime places

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