News Corp executives had more access to ministers than any other media organisation
How could we have forgotten the first rule of our national life: nothing every really changes?
Martin, the equal of many an illustrious predecessor in the post, stood out as a man of his own time
Around 180 of the total 2,000 employees could lose their jobs
The founding father of the Murdoch empire is lauded by many, including his son Rupert, as a 'fearless' war hero. Tom DC Roberts, author of a new biography, paints a different picture, with uncomfortable echoes in the present
Before Obama's election, there was nothing in Murdoch’s background that would suggest any genuine interest in the plight of black communities
Media mogul insists no offence was meant by controversial remarks
The then-Sun editor allegedly had her own phone hacked by the News of the World
A notebook containing the names of alleged phone-hacking victims was found by police at the London home of Rebekah Brooks and her husband Charles, the Old Bailey heard.
CCTV footage of Rebekah Brooks' husband allegedly hiding evidence from the police investigating phone hacking has been shown to a jury.
It's quite a stretch to turn the detective into gun-toting vigilante
A dizzying trip round Baker Street’s patriotic front
Investors complain about ‘lack of visibility’ around bonus scheme for directors
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
Deputy Prime Minister refuses to be drawn into disgraced MP Chris Huhne’s tussle with Murdoch
Public relations manager Brian Lewis was escorted from TV channel’s headquarters