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Times apology to Gordon Brown undermines its Leveson credibility

Back in 2008, shortly after becoming editor of The Times, James Harding redesigned the paper. Most notably, he changed page two to become a prominent noticeboard for the values and beliefs of the publication.

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NOTW editor 'spiked paedophilia scoop on Arthur C Clarke for fear of Murdoch'

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Glenn Mulcaire outside the Supreme Court after yesterday's ruling

Court tells Glenn Mulcaire to name bosses

The 60 individuals pursuing phone-hacking claims against News International could now be told who inside the News of the World allegedly ordered the private detective Glenn Mulcaire to access their voicemails.

Australian parliamentary Speaker Peter Slipper

Scandal of MP who saved Gillard is exposed as elaborate plot

The sexual harassment case against Australia's former Speaker appears to be a conspiracy

Ian Burrell: The moment Rupert Murdoch's papers were put into play

Despite the bullish futuristic talk by Rupert Murdoch yesterday it was difficult to see the changes at News Corp as signalling anything other than the beginning of the end for his British newspaper stable.

Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation to pursue split plan

Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation is to go ahead with plans to split into separate newspaper and entertainment operations, the company confirmed today.

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