Lord Mackenzie and Lord Laird both face temporary bans after being caught by Sunday Times journalists
Mr Cameron suggested the picture could be sold to raise money for charity instead, reports say
Andrew Miller has presided over a £200m loss at the media group over the past six years, but that’s the cost of global expansion, he tells Ian Burrell
Labour fears dirtiest Conservative campaign in 20 years, as Attorney General withdraws attack on Pakistani community
Long before my family became involved in publishing, we had a deep respect for The Independent and the tradition of British journalism it belongs to. This dates back to the 1980s, when my father was working as an economic analyst for the Soviet intelligence service. He read it because he wanted information he could trust.
Parents of youngest organ donor in British history give their consent for life-changing transplant in 22-year-old
Newspapers and magazines plan to set up a rival organisation to the royal charter prepared by politicians
The founders of the UK's fastest growing technology company have bought back the business they sold to a billion pound company just five years ago.
Many graduates are not prepared for the working world according to employers
Ms Brown left her position at ‘Tatler’ in London to edit ‘Vanity Fair’ in New York at just 31 years old
Current BBC chairman and former Director-General will provide theatre in front of Public Accounts Committee
Investigator's actions exposed during General Dental Council hearing
Mark Neville's Deeds Not Words show in London includes frank testimony from some of those worst affected by the child poisoning case
PM says he shouldn't have subjected former Tory treasurer to 'public humiliation' following libel victory against Sunday Times
Billionaire businessman also awarded interim costs of £500,000 against The Sunday Times
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.