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Sun journalists show sudden interest in human rights

Summary
Thu 16 Feb, AT 10:26

As Met looks into claims that public officials were on £10k a year for tip-offs, journalists seek redress

Top QC attacks surrender of Sun sources' names to police

First Post
Wed 15 Feb, AT 10:46

Murdoch empire 'civil war' spills into The Times as cooperation with police is questioned

Jude Law

NI settles with hacking victims amid new cover-up claims

One-Minute Read
Thu 19 Jan, AT 16:04

Jude Law, Ashley Cole and John Prescott are among victims paid damages by News International

Ian Hislop editor of Private Eye gives evidence at the Leveson Inquiry

Hislop supports Murdoch over regulation and free content

First Post
Tue 17 Jan, AT 15:03

Private Eye editor reminds Leveson Inquiry that poor journalistic practices are already illegal

'Brits take too many holidays' tweets Rupert (from St Barts)

Media Watch
Mon 2 Jan, AT 13:22

New to Twitter, Rupert Murdoch slags off British before wife Wendi Deng steps in

Email etiquette – why James Murdoch finds himself in a fix

First Post
Wed 14 Dec, AT 16:42

Murdoch is in trouble over an email he read on a Saturday and forgot about. It's all too easy

James Murdoch

James Murdoch quits Times and Sun boards: er, sort of

Media Watch
Wed 23 Nov, AT 16:15

Murdoch Jnr leaves directorships of two publishing subsidiaries – but keeps all his key roles. Why?

Second Murdoch grilling fails to serve up meaty answers

Talking Point
Fri 11 Nov, AT 12:57

We may not know the truth about Murdoch but MPs mislead the public all the time

'Like the Stasi', Tom Watson says of NotW surveillance

First Post
Wed 9 Nov, AT 08:08

'I can only assume they were trying to dig up dirt – which has profound questions for our democracy'

Why were Murdochs so generous to Rebekah Brooks?

One-Minute Read
Mon 7 Nov, AT 08:39

£1.7m in cash and the use of an office and limo. Did she really leave News International at all?

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