HMRC Leak Trial: Jury acquits Sun reporter Clodagh Hartley over civil servant payments

26 11 2014

Clodagh HartleyA Sun reporter has been cleared of plotting with a Government press officer to illegally leak a string of stories, including secrets of Alistair Darling’s 2010 budget, the Press Association reported. Read the rest of this entry »





Sun Six Trial: The Sun has a safe full of unpublished photos, stories and videos on public figures, court told – Martin Hickman

26 11 2014

A picture taken on February 26, 2012 inThe Sun has a 7ft-high safe stuffed full of unpublished photographs, stories and videos of people in public life, one of its former executives told the paper’s corruption trial. Read the rest of this entry »





Sun Six Trial: Sun Report bought a medical assessment of Yorkshire Ripper from Broadmoor Health worker, court told – Martin Hickman

26 11 2014

Yorkshire-RipperSun reporter Jamie Pyatt bought a medical assessment of the Yorkshire Ripper from a health worker at Broadmoor psychiatric hospital, a court was told yesterday. Read the rest of this entry »





News: Statement in Open Court, Times apologises to Hodge Jones & Allen and agrees to pay damages

26 11 2014

Office_0On Monday 24 November 2014, the well-known London law firm Hodge Jones & Allen LLP (“HJA”) received an apology and substantial damages from The Times following the publication in June 2014 of a front page article in which the newspaper claimed the firm was being sued by a former client for negligence in relation to a MMR vaccine claim. Read the rest of this entry »