It's quite a stretch to turn the detective into gun-toting vigilante
CCTV footage of Rebekah Brooks's husband allegedly hiding evidence from the police investigating phone hacking has been shown to a jury.
Rebekah Brooks’ former personal assistant has denied she was rewarded with a job offer in Australia for attempting to cover up evidence of phone hacking.
In the harsh glare of legal inquisition, embarrassing personal failings are among the first things to come out
Newspaper claims Blair and Deng stayed overnight at Murdoch’s mansion in California on two occasions without his knowledge
Bare breasts and news no longer mix at the University of Essex, as the students’ union has banned The Sun and The Star from its campus shop.
Publisher of the tabloid newspapers The Sun and The News of the World settle four cases
All around the country, community websites have sprung up, providing local news, covering local politics and engaging local people in the affairs of their area
Campaigners bolstered by Sun editor’s decision to ‘reinvent’ its most famous and controversial fixture for the 21st century
Lynton Crosby under more pressure following Government’s decision to abandon tobacco pledge
Media tycoon asked to reappear before Culture, Media and Sport Committee after tape shows him venting anger about police investigations
Media tycoon calls police inquiry a ‘disgrace’ in secret recording
New wave of hacking claims were expected after Met launched Operation Pinetree
The former chief executive of Rupert Murdoch’s UK print business, Rebekah Brooks, along with other senior journalists who worked inside News International, have pleaded not guilty to criminal charges related to phone hacking.
Media empire's new design is based on the handwriting of its executive chairman
One of the first people to launch a legal action against News International over phone hacking has donated a kidney to a journalist she met while he was covering the case.