The veteran entertainer was arrested last month, but was only named in media today
Hacked Off group were in on late-night talks - but the papers weren't. Now they're threatening a boycott
Armed with £1m fines, the planned newspaper regulator is 'tough', but will it safeguard or muzzle the media?
Did Cameron blink first - or did he stand his ground? Either way, he's accepted a 'tiny bit of statute'
Labour and the Lib Dems form 'unholy alliance' as PM goes it alone and puts royal charter plan to vote
PM runs out of patience over 'unbridgeable gap' on press regs. Has he made an historic mistake?
Changes to Britain's 'ruinous' libel laws are being threatened by political row over press regulation
Campaign group says its bill is true to the judge's original report and will stop political meddling
Editors and owners thrash out plans for regulation after Leveson report