After generations of women have argued fruitlessly for its removal, media mogul hints at change of heart
Locations of two gun rampages are within 100 miles and in both cases antique weapons were used
Few viewers complained about James Corden's and Jack Whitehall's rude jokes – but it didn't stop the Mail
Yet another report suggests it's the French cyclist's background that police should be investigating
'It could have been better handled,' BBC executive admits – but Davis is off the hook for tough interview
Shami Chakrabarti's stance against statutory press regs makes her the Daily Mail's new best friend
Media barons enjoy freedom to manipulate opinions of millions, and must be accountable, says Will Hutton
New D-G Tony Hall will collect a pension on top of his salary: it’s a perk enjoyed by others at the BBC
Can Annecy murders be linked to killing of Belgian tourist shot dead in northern France a year earlier?
Head of news and her deputy step aside as acting DG Tim Davie attempts to deal with firestorm at the BBC
US liberals threaten to head north if Romney succeeds but have they kept up with Canada's turn to the right?
No wild nights out with Wills and Harry – but nights up ironing autumn leaves for table decorations
'Conservatives need to have the enemy in plain view - reading the actual paper, not skulking online'
Cash in Swiss account raises question: was Saad’s father helping dictator move his fortune abroad?
BBC clarifies comments made by DG George Entwistle before House of Commons committee
Al-Hilli uncle attacks French prosecutor for taking narrow view as new hypothesis emerges
On eve of crucial Panorama, former DG claims it’s unlikely Newsnight received orders from above – but is he right?
As a crucial email is leaked to The Times, can Panorama get to the bottom of the great Newsnight mystery?
Media blogger Greenslade dismisses 'digital-only' Guardian report as 'wholly inaccurate'
‘Very surprising' a journalist like Entwistle would not want to know about Savile doc, says Whittingdale