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2014/10/25 19:12
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It is as if Theresa May actively aspired to the kind of immortality conferrable by the popular internet meme: “You had one job.” Unless, given that he is said to run everything, credit should go to...
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2014/10/24 21:37
2014/10/24 21:37
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As long ago as 2002, at the “Shaftas” press showbiz awards, he delighted in informing those present that his rivals’ scoops were the result of lapses in security by Vodafone. In his 2004 published...
2014/10/24 21:37
2014/10/24 21:37
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In new defence documents produced by Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), the company accepts that several stories which appeared in the Daily Mirror between 2002 and 2004 were likely to have involved...
2014/10/23 18:43
2014/10/23 18:43
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The chair of the Senate commerce committee has said revelations about how the “anonymous” social media app Whisper is tracking its users raise “serious questions” over privacy and demanded an...
2014/10/22 10:36
2014/10/22 10:36
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BBC News - Who wants to play Rupert Murdoch? For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page "Taking on the dragon": The challenges of playing Rupert...
2014/10/20 12:56
2014/10/20 12:56
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Overnight Media Digest * Democrats, worried as polls show their chances of retaining control of the Senate dwindling, are plowing money into long-shot races in unexpected states....
2014/10/19 10:30
2014/10/19 10:30
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He gave evidence at the Leveson inquiry into the culture and ethics of the British media and accused several British tabloid newspapers of intruding into his personal life and hacking his...
2014/10/18 23:37
2014/10/18 23:37
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Alison Saunders, Director of Public Prosecutions, was questioned by MPs last week over the long delays at the Crown Prosecution Service and Scotland Yard in deciding whether News International –...
2014/10/17 18:37
2014/10/17 18:37
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The Home Affairs Select Committee will launch an inquiry next month into the police’s relationship with organised crime, focusing on the infiltration of forces by criminal networks. The inquiry, which...
2014/10/17 09:51
2014/10/17 09:51
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Jonathan Cook, 31, who was based at RAF Shawbury, secreted recording equipment in the woman’s room at RAF Cranwell in Lincolnshire in order to film her as she dressed following a shower. He admitted...
2014/10/16 05:38
2014/10/16 05:38
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Two former regional editors and a journalism training boss are among the panel at an event being held to look at how the Leveson Report has impacted on local journalism. Alison Hastings, former...
2014/10/15 15:01
2014/10/15 15:01
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This is a Monday Oct. 13, 2014 sketch by court artist Elizabeth Cook, of Erol Incedal , centre, seated at the Central Criminal Court "Old Bailey" London. Prosecutors say Incedal is accused of plotting...
2014/10/14 18:51
2014/10/14 18:51
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Mark Duggan's family lose bid to overturn court ruling THE mother of Mark Duggan, whose death sparked nationwide riots after he was shot by a police marksman, has lost a High Court bid to overturn a...
2014/10/11 10:28
2014/10/11 10:28
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Darryn Lyons claims celebrities twist the public image of the paprazzi for their own gain Celebrities courting the paparazzi one minute and taking legal action the next means photographers "don't...
2014/10/11 07:05
2014/10/11 07:05
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Trio jailed for life for murder of Great Yarmouth man given permission to appeal Bricklayers Arms pub on Nelson Road Central and Victoria Road in Great Yarmouth. Ian Church died following an attack...
2014/10/10 19:12
2014/10/10 19:12
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David Flitcroft openly admits he has joined the ranks of ‘mamils’ and become a middle-aged man in Lycra consumed by a love affair with cycling on the open road. “I’ve got all the gear,” says Bury’s...
2014/10/10 15:20
2014/10/10 15:20
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A Free Press Does Not Mean Police Approving Only The Voices The State Likes To Hear MICK Hume is right. He writes in the Times about press freedom, linking the police raids on tabloid journalists to...
2014/10/10 05:03
2014/10/10 05:03
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Grant channels his feelings in his latest film, The Rewrite, as Keith, a washed up screenwriter who moves to a small New York town to give a college course on the sometimes cynical and occasionally...
2014/10/09 16:37
2014/10/09 16:37
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The Music and Lyrics star is currently busy promoting his latest film, The Rewrite, in which he stars as a struggling screenwriter who lands up as a teacher in an East Coast college. The 54-year-old...
2014/10/09 14:23
2014/10/09 14:23
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Hugh Grant has told Sky News being involved with the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics was a "refreshing" change from making films. The British actor spent three years as a campaigner and lobbyist as...
2014/10/25 19:12
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