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Max Clifford reads a statement after leaving Belgravia police station in London

'Damaging and totally untrue': Max Clifford speaks out against allegations after his arrest in Jimmy Savile sex abuse investigation

69-year-old was held at 7.40am and taken to a central London police station

Max Clifford arrest: Who is handling the master publicist's own publicity?

With the master publicist unavailable for comment, the task of confirming Max Clifford’s arrest fell to his solicitor Charlotte Harris, a media specialist at law firm Mishcon de Reya.

Gary Glitter arrested over Savile affair – and other stars begin to worry

The pop star Gary Glitter has become the first person to be arrested by detectives investigating allegations of multiple sex attacks by the BBC presenter Jimmy Savile.

Mulcaire told to reveal names of NOTW paymasters

Court of Appeal rules investigator must divulge identities of those who gave him instructions
Fashanu remains, 14 years after his death, the only British player to announce he was gay

James Lawton: Time has come for game to tear down last taboo

Documentary about the tragic death of Justin Fashanu is a powerful reminder of a prejudice that still shames British football

Fashanu remains, 14 years after his death, the only British player to announce he was gay

James Lawton: Time has come for the game to tear down its last taboo

A new documentary about the tragic death of Justin Fashanu is a powerful reminder of a prejudice that still shames British football

'No basis to accuse Imogen Thomas of blackmail', admits Ryan Giggs

There was no basis to accuse reality star Imogen Thomas of blackmailing Ryan Giggs, a court heard today.

The Body arms herself for PR fightback

Macpherson appoints agency to defend her against claims of a deal with Murdoch over hacking

Lisa Markwell: Make up your mind Sally, do you want your antics noticed?

Populated almost exclusively by "celebrities" from TV shows that made them celebrities for not being celebrities to begin with, Celebrity Big Brother – just started on Channel 5 – is a singularly unattractive viewing proposition.

Vulnerable heir James Murdoch defends gagging deals

James Murdoch defended his authorisation of a £700,000 payment to Gordon Taylor, the chief executive of the Professional Footballers' Association, and said he had acted on legal advice.

Murdochs in the dock

The phone hacking scandal that has claimed the jobs of Britain's two most high-profile police officers, caused the closure of one of the country's most famous newspapers, prompted 10 arrests so far and led to calls for the resignation of the Prime Minister reaches a critical juncture today with a moment of high drama to rival anything that the British media has produced before, either in real life or fiction.

Danny Rogers: NOTW will be missed – by certain showbiz PRs

How do PRs feel about the demise of the News of the World? Will they miss a vital outlet for their stories and content?

Max Clifford attacks use of injunctions

Max Clifford has hit out at the increasing use of injunctions to protect the rich and famous from having their indiscretions revealed in the media.

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