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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.

Cows which have tested positive for tuberculosis have been sold for human consumption

Cows infected with TB sold for human consumption, says Defra

The meat is reportedly banned by most supermarkets and burger chains

Retired Marine Gen. James “Hoss” Cartwright has been told he is a target of the probe

Ex-US general James Cartwright may have leaked details of cyber-attack on Iran nuclear programme

The investigation into who leaked secret information about attempts to disable Iran’s uranium enrichment programme with the Stuxnet computer virus appeared today to have zeroed in on retired Marine General James Cartwright, a former vice-chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Retired Marine Gen. James “Hoss” Cartwright has been told he is a target of the probe

US General James Cartwright under investigation for leaking classified information on Iran cyberattack

A number of national security leak investigations have been started by the Obama administration

Rupert Murdoch's six-month wait to appoint Times and Sunday Times editors nears end

The six-month stand-off over the appointment of the editors of The Times and Sunday Times looks to be nearly over.

News International rebrands by changing name to News UK

The publisher of The Sun and The Times today announced that it was dropping its name News International and rebranding itself as News UK.

Berkeley founder Tony Pidgley buys £11m flat amid dividend cheer

Berkeley founder Tony Pidgley is spending £10.5 million on one of the developer’s own luxury apartments in Belgravia, it was revealed today.

News Corp wobbles on stock market debut

News Corp, the spun-off publishing arm of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, got off to a shaky start today on its stock market debut as the shares fell 3 per cent in Sydney.

Peers in the clear: Lord Dannatt and Lord Stirrup 'did not break lobbying rules'

Peers alleged to have boasted about influence with MoD officials to secure contracts for private firms

Tim Yeo: 'There could be natural causes, natural phases that are taking place'

Senior Conservative Tim Yeo stands aside amid lobbying claims

Withdrawal from committee follows secret filming by undercover reporters posing as energy firm representatives

Academics at Oxford University pay to be cryogenically preserved so they can be 'brought back to life in the future'

Some staff are having their heads frozen while others are having whole bodies undergo the procedure

Defying predictions: daily sales of i newspaper reach record 306,000 in May

The i paper has enjoyed another surge in sales as it continues to outperform all its rivals in the quality newspaper sector.

Lobbying scandal: House of Lords watchdog to investigate three peers accused of agreeing to do parliamentary work for payment

The House of Lords standards commissioner has begun investigating the three peers caught up in a lobbying scandal, it was announced today.

The lucky winner has until 11pm on Wednesday to cash in the ticket which was bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Hertfordshire for the EuroMillions draw on Friday June 8.

Will they go public? £81m EuroMillions lottery winner claims prize

A British jackpot winner who scooped a massive £81 million in the EuroMillions lottery has claimed the prize.

Murdoch's handwriting is said to be 'very clear and uncomplicated' and 'moving into the future'

Branding: Rupert Murdoch, he wrote (and News Corps new logo was born)

Media empire's new design is based on the handwriting of its executive chairman

News Corp unveils logo that pays homage to Murdochs

The news-based News Corp business that will encompass the existing conglomerate's publishing interests when it splits into two at the end of June will adopt a logo based on the handwriting of Rupert Murdoch and his father, Keith.

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