From the Sunday papers: husband’s tale, Tom Cruise’s unlucky number and Tony Blair in denial
Throwaway remark or calculated offence - it guarantees TB a media platform every time he wishes to give Ed advice
Tory MP teams up with former Labour adviser to set up new 'topical chat' service
The GMB union's campaign to ban think tank Progress has a period ring to it
David Cameron wants all hands on deck after Nick Clegg told Lib Dems to abstain in vote on Hunt's conduct
Former Conservative PM claims Murdoch did ask him to change his policy in return to media support
Opinion digest: Syrian military intervention, the new energy bill and the Murdoch's power over Blair
Lord Leveson is in a very familiar dilemma: take on the press and be savaged, or roll over and be dismissed as a patsy
Former PM says once Paul Dacre's paper is against you it is a 'lifetime commitment'
But smooth former prime minister calmly dismisses allegations about JP Morgan and the Iraq war
Alastair Campbell told not to ‘overdo it’ after once again denying story that Blair tried to muscle in on Queen Mother’s funeral
PM was reportedly so keen to hire Andy Coulson that he waived the usual confidentiality clause. Uh-oh...
Rebekah Brooks's bravura performance must leave Leveson in little doubt of the media's 'power without responsibility'
Opinion digest: Irish austerity, gay marriage culture wars, British FBI and Olympic propaganda
Opinion digest: Cameron's damaging relationship with Murdoch, London's mayoral election, and China's blind prophet
A sceptic suggests that way too much is being read into former PM's personnel choices
Opinion digest: marriage problems, Miliband's changing fortunes and the imperialism of international law
News Corp CEO's evidence to press ethics inquiry this week expected to spare no blushes
As Straw is served legal papers, it seems today's secret agents are no longer prepared to take the fall for politicians