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News | Friday, 21 November 2014
New daily for Scotland? Herald to launch five-day pilot of pro-independence tabloid
The Herald and Times Group in Scotland is to pilot launch a new daily newspaper supporting independence. Malcolm MacDonald, head of circulation at...
News | Friday, 21 November 2014
Future Publishing reveals more than 400 jobs cut in statement revealing £35m losses
Future Publishing cut its total staff number from 980 to 577 in the year to September. The US and UK-based company's results show its revenues...
News | Friday, 21 November 2014
TeamRock unveils online paywall for titles including Classic Rock, Metal Hammer and Prog
TeamRock, which publishes Classic Rock, Metal Hammer and Prog, has this month introduced paid-for content to its website. Readers can still access...
News | Friday, 21 November 2014
Daily Mail lawyer voices alarm over 'grossly inflated' legal costs in libel fight over police 'cronyism' story
The Supreme Court has rejected an attempt by Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers to appeal in a case in which it was ordered to pay £65,...
News | Friday, 21 November 2014
Appeal Court rules that anonymity for children in criminal cases should not extend beyond 18th birthday
The Court of Appeal has rejected a bid to give young people caught up in legal proceedings, including victims and witnesses, lifelong anonymity....
| Thursday, 20 November 2014
Six journalists challenge Met Police over surveillance and intelligence files kept on Domestic Extremism database
Six journalists have launched a legal challenge against the Met Police after finding that surveillance information about them is being held on a...
News | Thursday, 20 November 2014
Pc sacked over Plebgate leak: 'I could topple the Tory government' text was sarcastic
A police officer who was sacked from the Met over her part in Plebgate has denied at the High Court that she was "intent on doing some damage...
News | Thursday, 20 November 2014
Newcastle Journal editor fined £1,600 over paper's breach of section 39 anonymity order
The outgoing editor of the Journal in Newcastle has been fined £1,600 after his newspaper breached an anonymity order. Brian Aitken, who it...
News | Thursday, 20 November 2014
Clodagh Hartley trial jury asked: 'Do we want a press that simply regurgitates press releases from Government?'
The freedom of the press is at stake after a Sun reporter was dragged through the courts for  “doing her job”, the Old Bailey heard...
News | Thursday, 20 November 2014
Sun reporter Jamie Pyatt tells court of paying Eton College pupils for stories in Windsor pub
A Sun reporter has told how he regularly paid Eton College pupils for stories in a local pub. Jamie Pyatt, 51, the newspaper's Thames Valley...
News | Thursday, 20 November 2014
Mail Online hits new record of 12m daily browsers and 193m per month
Mail Online hit a new daily global traffic record of 12.1m daily unique browsers in October, according to ABC. This compares with a previous record...
News | Thursday, 20 November 2014
Central Government has more than 1,500 communications staff: 'And it's still impossible to get answers until after deadline'
Political journalists have expressed surprise and concern after research by Press Gazette revealed that 20 central Government departments employ more...
News | Thursday, 20 November 2014
Clodagh Hartley trial told: 'This is not Watergate or Wikileaks, it is easy money for lazy journalism'
The trial of a reporter accused of paying a government official for stories "is not about The Sun newspaper as an institution", the Old...
News | Thursday, 20 November 2014
Sun's Jamie Pyatt tells court falsifying expenses was 'the culture, it was what everybody in Fleet Street did'
Sun journalist Jamie Pyatt told Kingston Crown Court said Sun reporters routinely fiddled their expenses as compensation for working long hours in a...
News | Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Second Plebgate Pc says Mitchell was 'extremely irritated' and describes 'Mexican stand off' at Downing Street
The "Plebgate" row was "just a quirky incident with a gentleman on a bicycle who had the hump", the High Court has heard. Ian...
News | Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Policeman stands by his account of Plebgate incident: 'I have written exactly what happened'
The police officer at the centre of "Plebgate" has denied at the High Court that the words he attributed to former Government chief whip...
News | Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Sun's Nick Parker alleged to have paid policeman for details of Ronnie Wood assault on girlfriend
Ronnie Wood's Russian lover sold her story after he burned her with a cigarette, dragged her across the pavement and choked her in the street,...
News | Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Media prof Greenslade tells Clodagh Hartley trial: Leaks are 'lifeblood' of political journalism in UK
Government leaks are the "lifeblood" of political journalism in Britain, media commentator Roy Greenslade (pic: The Guardian) told the...
News | Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Chris Pharo tells Sun six trial: 'It's the nature of tabloid journalism to claim you have sources in public bodies'
The Sun’s head of news Chris Pharo told a court it is “the nature of tabloid journalism to claim you have sources in public bodies...
News | Wednesday, 19 November 2014
800 local newspaper websites combine to launch 1XL national ads platform
More than 800 regional newspaper websites have teamed up to launch a combined digital advertising platform called 1XL. It is a collaboration between...

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