Fogle said during 'episode' he began doing a sketch from Monty Python
Striker involved in new dispute with Togolese Football Federation
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.
The word of the week is omnishambles. Omnishambles. Roll it round your lips.
The publisher of the Mail on Sunday yesterday denied Hugh Grant's allegations at the Leveson Inquiry that key details obtained by the paper about his personal life could only have been obtained by the illegal interception of his voicemails.
A lifestyle consultant who worked for former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie has accepted "substantial" libel damages from a national newspaper, a High Court judge was told today.
Newcastle have written to the chairmen of all Premier League clubs calling for them to ban reporters from two newspapers following the Lord Triesman revelations.
The Telegraph chief executive has a history of dismissing editors, reports Matthew Bell
Independent News and Media (INM), said today that it remains confident of a positive outcome to negotiations over a €200m (£179.6m) bond, due to mature on 18 May.
A British composer was told to go bankrupt yesterday after he unsuccessfully tried to sue the London Evening Standard for libel. Keith Burstein ran up legal costs of £67,000 defending a test-case libel action against Associated Newspapers, publishers of the Standard, over a critical review of one of his operas.
The paper might have sunk its teeth into Ken Livingstone but Boris Johnson's victory in the London mayoral elections owes less to a vigorous press campaign than the fading fortunes of the Labour Party, writes Tim Luckhurst