A former journalist from the News of the World and a soldier are being prosecuted for conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office. Ryan Sabey, who is now at the Sun, and Paul Brunt, who was a soldier at the time of the alleged crime in 2006, ... BBC, 1 month ago
Four journalists appear in court accused of hacking and illegal payments at The Sun and News of the World - Press Gazette, 4 weeks ago
Three in court accused of misconduct - BBC, 4 weeks ago
A former Met Police community support officer has been given a suspended jail sentence for selling a story to the Sun about supermodel Naomi Campbell. Paul Randall, was paid £150 by the tabloid after he told them the model attended the police ...BBC, 1 day ago
Surrey Police Commissioner Kevin Hurley: 'Sign the Save Our Sources petition and protect the public's right to know'
Former Met Police commander was elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey in 2012. Here he explains why he is bacing Press Gazette's Save Our Sources campaign I have spent decades in the front line of public service, more recently ...Press Gazette, 2 days ago
An ex-News of the World reporter has denied plotting to commit misconduct in a public office by paying a Liverpool health care worker for a story. Thejournalist, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared before a judge at the Old Bailey ...Press Gazette, 1 week ago Journalist denies misconduct plot BBC, 1 week ago
This year's Arable finalists come from the heartland of East Anglia. All have a keen interest in soil fertility, have virtually vanquished blackgrass and invested heavily in modern machinery to cut overall running costs. David Jones reports on ...Farmers Weekly Interactive, 3 weeks ago
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Former senior policeman still in legal limbo two and a half years after arrest on suspicion of leaking story to a journalist
A former senior Scotland Yard officer remains in legal limbo some two and a half years after being arrested on suspicion of leaking information to a journalist. The former detective chief superintendant, 52 at the time, was questioned on ...Press Gazette, 3 weeks ago
Suffolk SafeCam Where Suffolk SafeCam will be this week Suffolk SafeCam operates a number of mobile enforcement vehicles, which are deployed across the county of Suffolk. Since its introduction in 2003, the Suffolk Safety Camera operation has ...AboutMyArea, 3 weeks ago Where will Suffolk SafeCam Be This Week? AboutMyArea, 1 month ago
Beyond Contempt: How Peter Jukes invented a new way of funding court reporting and found himself investigated by the press
Over eight months of live Tweeting covered every moment of the hacking trial. He has now gathered all the evidence he published, and much more that remained secret at the time because of reporting restrictions, to publish what may turn out to be the ...Press Gazette, 4 weeks ago
News UK chief executive Mike Darcey has pledged his support to highly respected Sun crime reporter Anthony France following the news that he is to face trial. The Crown Prosecution Service revealed yesterday that France was to be charged with ...Press Gazette, 1 month ago
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