Sally Bercow is no ordinary tweeter, says Tory peer's lawyer: she has more 'readers' that some local papers
BBC censured for redacting Paxman – but presenter reveals Savile's paedophilia was 'common gossip'
Lord McAlpine still plans to sue Sally Bercow after she wrongly linked him to paedophilia scandal
And there's the unending punishment, and no prospect of rehabilitation, by Google, says judge
Former journalists openly attack Lord Justice Leveson amid Tory concerns over press regulation
The Speaker's wife has had her account deleted, but many mourn her departure
Presenter will return to crisis-hit show this week; Lord McAlpine’s lawyers set to hit ITV hard
Mail’s broadside stuns liberal commentators, but does it raise valid questions about free press?
Paper accuses 'liberal Establishment' of putting freedom of speech under threat
Those who defamed the Tory peer on social media should confess and settle, says McAlpine's solicitor
Former Today editor says BBC needs decent journalists to run the show instead of 'grey legions'
Head of news and her deputy step aside as acting DG Tim Davie attempts to deal with firestorm at the BBC
Is the BBC too big to be manageable? Channel 4's output is just as highly rated and it is more adept at avoiding pitfalls
Newsnight item was cleared at ‘every damned level’ and yet still made a horrendous error, says chairman
BBC boss goes after a ‘disastrous’ interview in which he again showed a lack of curiosity in a fiasco enveloping Newsnight
Press statement issued by Lord McAlpine