Mail attacks PM for taking a 'rum bunch' of mates to China and kowtowing to the Communist regime
Alastair Campbell: papers are peddling 'bilge' in a bid to wriggle out of Leveson's proposals
Culture Secretary surprises all sides by agreeing that newspapers should have a chance to self-regulate
Approval of new system of press regulation was 'judicial farce' ending '300 years of freedom'
'Everyone innocent until proven guilty' says Murdoch; try telling that to Chris Jeffries, say detractors
Newspaper publishers had sought to delay government’s press regulation plan with injunction
Phone-hacking victims dismayed that PM appears to prefer newspapers' own plan for regulator
'Chaotic' attempt to apply new regulator to websites could stifle bloggers and limit free speech, say critics
How did we fall for it? Why were the sceptics ignored? And is it about to happen all over again in Syria?
Hacked Off group were in on late-night talks - but the papers weren't. Now they're threatening a boycott