This week's papers
Saturday 30 May, 2015
Friday 29 May, 2015
Thursday 28 May, 2015
Wednesday 27 May, 2015
Tuesday 26 May, 2015
Monday 25 May, 2015
Sunday 24 May, 2015
Convicted phone hacker Neville Thurlbeck tells Andy Coulson perjury trial in Edinburgh that journalists believed Glenn Mulcaire had got Millie Dowler voicemail message from police source
Deputy editor Janine Gibson to leave the Guardian after 17 years. She came third in the staff ballot to find a successor to Alan Rusbridger
Broadmoor nurse Kenneth Hall admits selling stories to the News of the World and Mirror titles. He will be sentenced next month. His wife Karen, also a nurse at the secure hospital, is given a five-month suspended jail sentence for allowing her bank to be used for the payments
Sun censured by Ipso over Rod Liddle column mocking a disabled Labour parliamentary candidate
Press Gazette starts legal challenge over police forces' refusal to answer FoI questions about their use of Ripa
Northern Echo announces it is to introduce a metered paywall
Sun reporter Anthony France given 18-month suspended jail sentence for paying a policeman for stories
Alan Rusbridger leaves the Guardian after 20 years as editor
News UK promised to do all it could to support Anthony France, so why did his barrister tell the court that he would probably lose his job and that the company would not pay the prosecution costs?
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