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As if the police had not already inflicted enough trouble on themselves with the plebgate saga, a Chief Constable had to ‘fess up that his force did not understand the law that protects an MP’s right to speak freely.

Exhibition sheds new light on Corby toxic waste scandal that left 16 children with birth defects

Mark Neville's Deeds Not Words show in London includes frank testimony from some of those worst affected by the child poisoning case

Peter Cruddas resigned as the Tories' co-treasurer in March

I owe 'outcast' Peter Cruddas an apology, admits David Cameron

PM says he shouldn't have subjected former Tory treasurer to 'public humiliation' following libel victory against Sunday Times

Hampstead Heath swimming death woman identified

A woman who died at a bathing pond on Hampstead Heath has been identified as a Swedish photographer.

David Cameron humiliated me, says Peter Cruddas - the man who bankrolled the Tory party

Ex-treasurer attacks PM after victory in 'cash-for-access' case

Peter Cruddas resigned as the Tories' co-treasurer in March

Ex-Tory treasurer Peter Cruddas wins £180,000 libel award

Billionaire businessman also awarded interim costs of £500,000 against The Sunday Times

Rupert Murdoch is trusted on press regulation by only 15 per cent of Sun readers

Newspapers cannot be trusted to regulate themselves, say readers

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.

'Substantial' libel damages paid to former boyfriend of sex blogger Belle de Jour

Times Newspapers Ltd accepted allegations of threats by Flight Lieutenant Owen Morris were incorrect

About 80 British soldiers travelled to Sangin to fight Taliban insurgents with the Afghan National Army (ANA), just months before it takes full control of security in the country.

British troops return to Sangin after request from Afghan army

The mission required special permission from Defence Secretary Philip Hammond

Royal baby front pages - from Private Eye to 'The Son'

The front pages of every national newspaper on Tuesday led with the news that the Duchess of Cambridge had given birth to the royal baby.

Scientists discover the molecule responsible for causing feelings of depression

Protein receptor is found to release hormones that can cause anxiety and depression

What have I been doing with the first 20 years of my life?

There's only one thing more terrifying than a high achiever, says Chad Greggor; a high achiever who's still a teenager...

JK Rowling: the top storyteller of her generation will appear, like a seraph descended from heaven, to meet her public

JK Rowling donned an invisibility cloak for bestselling novel ‘The Cuckoo’s Calling’

She's only gone and cast a Bedazzling Hex on herself!

The Harry Potter creator authored another book under a man's name - and it has now become a bestseller

The Cuckoo’s Calling, by 'Robert Galbraith': JK Rowling's secret bestseller

Crime novel won universal praise from critics when it came out in April

The i is only newspaper title to record year-on-year growth

The i newspaper was the only national newspaper title to record year-on-year growth in official circulation figures released today.

The Sunday Times claimed a victory for press freedom

Newspaper wins fight to call businessman a crime boss

David Hunt sued the paper over a 2010 article that alleged he ran a criminal network 'so vast that Scotland Yard regards him as ‘too big’ to take on'

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Tiger, tiger burning less brightly

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Martha Stewart has flying robot

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