The gaffes keep coming as Sun's Marie Antoinette campaign gets under David Cameron's skin
As the PM suffers a Blairesque 'Jackie Milburn moment', he clearly needs help polishing his man of the people act
Stakes are high as James Murdoch asks Culture Committee to accept his side of the hacking story
Downing St has to concede that Cameron may have to talk - on oath - about his News International ties
Rupert Murdoch's son steps down as pressure piles on UK newspaper company
Tom Watson, scourge of Murdoch, is expected to make new claims about murder of private eye
As media tycoon looks to education as a revenue earner, Education Secretary's ties comes under scrutiny
Columnists – check. Front page splash – check. Price war – check. Advertising – check.
But if it succeeds, it could change forever how Sunday newspapers produced
Singer agrees to out-of-court settlement as NI escapes embarrassing court case
As Met looks into claims that public officials were on £10k a year for tip-offs, journalists seek redress
Murdoch empire 'civil war' spills into The Times as cooperation with police is questioned
Jude Law, Ashley Cole and John Prescott are among victims paid damages by News International
Private Eye editor reminds Leveson Inquiry that poor journalistic practices are already illegal
New to Twitter, Rupert Murdoch slags off British before wife Wendi Deng steps in
Murdoch is in trouble over an email he read on a Saturday and forgot about. It's all too easy
Murdoch Jnr leaves directorships of two publishing subsidiaries – but keeps all his key roles. Why?
We may not know the truth about Murdoch but MPs mislead the public all the time
'I can only assume they were trying to dig up dirt – which has profound questions for our democracy'
£1.7m in cash and the use of an office and limo. Did she really leave News International at all?