Murdoch's big idea could help put Salmond in power – and see Sky TV move from London to Scotland
Would anything have been said if Rebekah Brooks had fostered a retired police-dog? Of course not
For some shareholders, James quitting NI is not enough - they want him out of News Corp too
Rupert Murdoch's son steps down as pressure piles on UK newspaper company
As media tycoon looks to education as a revenue earner, Education Secretary's ties comes under scrutiny
Did Rupert Murdoch really hope for an interview with missing peer for first Sunday edition?
Columnists – check. Front page splash – check. Price war – check. Advertising – check.
But if it succeeds, it could change forever how Sunday newspapers produced
Paper to launch next weekend with Dominic Mohan as editor - but there's opposition
John Prescott's verbal stumble on Desert Island Discs portrayed as uncertainty over Ed Miliband's leadership
Options include starting a new Sunday – or pleasing News Corp shareholders by selling up in the UK
As Met looks into claims that public officials were on £10k a year for tip-offs, journalists seek redress
Senior Lib Dems believe Murdoch's right to broadcast needs revisiting in light of arrests
News Corp boss says paper will continue - but US investigation threatens global empire
Private Eye editor reminds Leveson Inquiry that poor journalistic practices are already illegal
Billionaire accuses search engine giant via Twitter of facilitating 'plain thievery' of News Corp content
The media mogul’s Twitter gaffe stirs ancient doubts about the work-shy British
But with the welter of celebrity evidence and now a TV satire, can anyone hope for a fair trial?
New to Twitter, Rupert Murdoch slags off British before wife Wendi Deng steps in
Tory MP admits taking Class A drugs and hints at facelift before Murdoch appearance