Campaigners call for weekend protests across the country to "celebrate women" on the 43rd anniversary of Page 3
David Dinsmore says examined views 'in some depth' by consulting readers in focus groups
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
25-year-old who plays Tommy Duckworth said he is 'deeply ashamed' of the lyrics which boasted about acts of rape and violence
Newspapers that are vehemently opposed to a Parliament-approved royal charter on press regulation are at odds with the views of their own readers, a YouGov survey has found.
Campaigners bolstered by Sun editor’s decision to ‘reinvent’ its most famous and controversial fixture for the 21st century
Beyoncé’s father Matthew Knowles is suing The Sun for defamation over claims the paper “knowingly and maliciously” misrepresented his relationship with his daughter, whom he managed until 2011.
Why not give your daughters less pocket money than your sons? A responsible parent will teach their children not to resist the inevitable
He agrees with Theresa May that there are exceptional circumstances 'such as in child abuse cases where it might encourage other victims to come forward'
A former police sergeant is facing jail after admitting selling information to The Sun newspaper.
Wikipedia rewrites, nightclub snobbery – it’s been a tough run for the MP. So why has it hit now?
Geoffrey Cox QC, complained that explanations or reasons behind the charges had still not been given
Sometimes I find people arguing against the No More Page 3 campaign entertaining, but some things just aren't funny
The Sun has been stripped from the shelves of Dundee University campus stores with immediate effect after students led a campaign against the infamous Page Three.
In the summer of 1972 Alice Cooper, the fright-wigged shock-rocker, sent Mary Whitehouse, the blue-rinsed umbrage-taker, a bunch of flowers along with a note of thanks. Through the latter's vociferous campaigning to have Cooper's single "School's Out" banned from Top of the Pops, she inadvertently propelled it to the top of the charts.