News: Former Features Editor of the News of the World pleads guilty to conspiring to intercept voicemails

12 12 2014

Jules StensonThe former features editor of the News of the World, Jules Stenson, has pleaded guilty to conspiring to intercept voicemails making him the eighth journalist from the now defunct tabloid to admit, or be convicted of, phone-hacking. Read the rest of this entry »





Sun Six Trial: Sun’s former head of news will no longer stand trial for conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office – Martin Hickman

12 12 2014

Sun head of news Chris Pharo arrives at Kingston Crown Court in LondonThe Sun’s head of news, Chris Pharo, will no longer stand trial for a charge of conspiring to commit misconduct in public office involving a prison officer, a jury was told today. Read the rest of this entry »





News: IMPRESS, the alternative press regulator, announces its first board

12 12 2014

Old typewriterIMPRESS, The Independent Monitor for the Press, yesterday announced the members of its first Board.They will join Walter Merricks CBE, whose appointment as the first Chair of IMPRESS was announced in November 2014, to launch the new organisation, which will introduce the first ever system of independent and effective press regulation. Read the rest of this entry »





Who’s that lurking in the bushes outside A and E? It’s the Daily Mail! – Michelle Gribbon

12 12 2014

St-Georges-Hospital-sign-2A photographer working for the Daily Mail turned up at St George’s Hospital in South London on Friday night with a telescopic lens hoping to take pictures of drunk party goers. Read the rest of this entry »