The country's overseas intelligence service has been accused of bugging the cabinet office of its tiny, impoverished neighbour
Like this page on Facebook for updates
Wednesday 04 December 2013
A few reporters might be daft or inexperienced, but most work ridiculously hard to follow the rules for little money and less thanks
Tuesday 03 December 2013
Dave Brown is defending his title as winner of the Political Cartoon of the Year tomorrow. Kasia Kowalska meets the man behind the pictures
Friday 29 November 2013
An Italian court accused ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi on Friday of tampering with evidence by bribing witnesses during a trial related to his infamous “bunga bunga” parties.
Tuesday 26 November 2013
Wales praised Snowden for the care he took in the materials he leaked and described the NSA revelations as "incredibly damaging and embarrassing to the US"
Twitter protects its users from electronic snooping with 'impossible' encryption technique borrowed from GCHQ
Sunday 24 November 2013
Twitter has used an “impossible” mathematical problem first discovered by GCHQ to protect its users from electronic snooping.
Revelations about Britain's intelligence agencies 'chipping away' at public support for their work, says Nick Clegg
Thursday 21 November 2013
Deputy PM responds to recent disclosure that Blair government gave US permission to store and analyse email, mobile phone and internet records of potentially millions of Britons
Hacking trial: 'We'd be jailed' - former NOTW royal editor Clive Goodman warned managing editor Stuart Kuttner over cash payments to sources, jury told
Thursday 21 November 2013
The former royal editor of the News of the World warned a senior executive on the Murdoch-owned paper “We could all end up in jail” if payments to his police sources were traced, the Old Bailey has heard.
Spying on innocent British citizens by US intelligence was allowed by Tony Blair’s government - and still goes on
Wednesday 20 November 2013
Leaked documents reveal a practice called 'contact chaining' was used to monitor British citizens with only a tangential link with a terrorist suspect
Hacking trial: private investigator Glenn Mulcaire was known as part of NOTW 'investigations team', jury told
Tuesday 19 November 2013
The private investigator regularly commissioned by senior editors at the News of the World was "generally known" by staff to be part of the paper's "special investigations team", the Old Bailey has heard.
Thursday 14 November 2013
Messages allegedly left by Andy Coulson for political advisor, Hannah Pawlby, had shifted to her phone's 'saved messages' box because of their interception
Wednesday 13 November 2013
It seems a suitably Orwellian reward to the extraordinary success story that is Nottingham Playhouse’s co-production of 1984. On the day that tickets for its keenly-awaited opening at the Almeida in London went on sale, the company was told - without warning - it faced losing all of its funding from Nottinghamshire County Council.
- 1 The hardwired difference between male and female brains could explain why men are 'better at map reading'
- 2 Is this the scariest advert ever? Japanese tyre commercial comes with its own disclaimer and health warning
- 3 UK chef creates world's most expensive ready meal - a fish pie costing £314
- 4 Food poverty in UK has reached level of 'public health emergency', warn experts
- 5 I’m sure Kate Moss doesn't care about posing for Playboy. But I do