Arts and Entertainment The true face of England and Englishness? PJ Harvey performs in Auckland, New Zealand in 2013

Yes, the programme skewed to the left but, no, it wasn’t tosh

Pair held in hacking probe released

The son of an independent councillor and another man arrested on suspicion of computer hacking which crashed the Fine Gael website have been released without charge.

Guardian journalist accused of recklessly disclosing password

An uncensored version of the entire US State Department's cable database obtained by WikiLeaks last year has been circulating on the internet, prompting fears that lives have been put at risk.

What has happened to WikiLeaks?

Last year, Julian Assange and his whistle-blowing website dominated the news agenda. Now it's struggling with legal woes, cyber attacks and a press distracted by phone-hacking. But, says Jerome Taylor, writing Wiki off would be a mistake

Uncensored WikiLeaks cables posted online

Uncensored copies of WikiLeaks' massive tome of US State Department cables circulated freely across the Internet, leaving a whole new batch of US sources vulnerable to embarrassment and potential retribution.

Former WikiLeaks spokesman admits shredding 3,500 unpublished documents

A former spokesman for the WikiLeaks whistle-blowing organisation has said that he destroyed thousands of unpublished documents.

Council sued for unmasking Twitter user

The first Briton to have his Twitter identity forcibly revealed by a court is seeking to sue the council that blew his anonymity and force a judicial review of the case.

Diary: Groupies scent their man as Assange sweats it out

According to former New York Times executive editor Bill Keller, Julian Assange always used to smell like "he hadn't bathed for days". But even the ripe scent of week-old sweat won't deter the ladies. Assange has been living under "mansion arrest" at Ellingham Hall in Norfolk for some eight months now, and the enigmatic Australian has attracted not only journalists, says his host, Vaughan Smith, but groupies, too. "We definitely had a problem with groupies," Smith tells The Times. "They rented a house in the village, a groupie commune, mostly Germans or Austrians, who just felt they could turn up at this house and Julian would take them in. Julian is hunted by a certain type of woman... who can be quite pushy. They are mainly from Eastern Europe. It's extraordinary." That it is.

Italian insider threatens Europe's greatest MPs' expenses scandal

Italy's MPs, who are the highest paid in Europe, have been caught in a highly embarrassing expenses scandal that threatens to engulf the political classes.

WikiLeaks whistleblower's fears laid bare

Newly revealed logs of chat-room conversations between Bradley Manning, the US Army private facing court martial for leaking secret cables to the WikiLeaks organisation, and a self-described journalist in California show a young man panicking about his mental state and the trouble he is getting himself into.

Julian Assange accused of 'roughing up' alleged sexual-assault victim

To the protesters on the street outside the Royal Courts of Justice Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, was in court yesterday because the American government is out to get him for exposing its secrets.

WikiLeaks' Julian Assange fights extradition

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange wanted to be the first to "impregnate virgins", according to allegations before the High Court today.

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Tony Oursler on exploring our uneasy relationship with technology with his new show

You won't believe your eyes

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Ian Herbert: Peter Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

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