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Cleared Sun leader writer Fergus Shanahan reflects on three 'barren, painful and miserable' years
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Cleared Sun leader writer Fergus Shanahan reflects on three 'b...

When Sun executive editor Fergus Shanahan was arrested more than three years ago, he says he was made to feel like one of the most dangerous men in the country by the four cars full of police officers who descended on his family home in Felsted, ... Press Gazette, 2 days ago

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Geoff Webster's solicitors twice asked CPS to review case against Sun deputy editor over 'lunatic' offence

Lawyers for Sun deputy editor John Webster have revealed that they twice asked the Crown Prosecution Service to reconsider its case against their client. Webster, 55, was acquitted on Friday along with three Sun colleagues after a three-month ...
 Press Gazette4 days ago
BBC

Sun lawyer queries misconduct law

The defence lawyer for one of the four Sun journalists cleared of paying military sources has questioned the use of the law that led to his trial. Geoff Webster was found not guilty of conspiring to commit misconduct in public office on Friday. ...
 BBC6 days ago
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This CPS witch-hunt strikes at press freedom

On trial at the Old Bailey, Duncan Larcombe, the former royal editor of The Sun, once said that he felt he had done nothing wrong and I still have to be convinced why Im sitting here. Yesterday, he and three of his colleagues walked free after being ...
 Social Dashboard1 week ago
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Sun reporters cleared over payments

Provided by Press Association Former Sun chief reporter John Kay, one of four senior journalists from the paper cleared at the Old Bailey today of allegations of paying corrupt officials for stories. Senior Sun journalists expressed a mixture of ...
 MSN UK1 week ago Sun journalists cleared over scoops  The Gulf Today1 week ago Not Guilty Verdict For Sun Journos  Huffington Post UK1 week ago Sun journalists cleared over payments  BBC1 week ago
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UK: 'Sun' Reporters Cleared in Bribery Trial

Four journalists from the Rupert Murdoch-owned Sun tabloid have been cleared of bribing public officials for stories, including information on Prince William and his brother Harry. Ex-chief reporter John Kay, 71, and former royal editor Duncan ...
 Outlook India1 week ago Four UK Sun reporters cleared in bribery trial  The Freepress Journal1 week ago
Irish Examiner

Sun journalists cleared of paying for scoops

Senior journalists at The Sun expressed a mixture of relief and anger as their three-year ordeal ended when they were cleared of paying public officials for scoops, including titbits on the princes William and Harry. Chief reporter John Kay, 71, ...
 Irish Examiner1 week ago Sun reporters cleared over payments  Capital Bay1 week ago
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New Crown Prosecution Service watchdog's impartiality called into question over 20-year friendship with DPP

Jeremy Wright, the Attorney General, recommended Mr McGinty for the job, having employed him in his office. In turn, Mr McGinty is likely to have been involved in the process of appointing Mrs Saunders in 2013, sources said. Attorney General ...
 Social Dashboard1 week ago
Capital Bay

Four Sun journalists cleared of illegally paying public officials

John Kay, Duncan Larcombe, Fergus Shanahan and Geoff Webster cleared The journalists all faced charges of making unlawful payoffs at the Sun After being acquitted they called for the 'witch hunt' of journalists to end A Metropolitan Police ...
 Capital Bay1 week ago Four Sun journalists walk free from court after being cleared of illegally paying public officials for stories  Capital Bay1 week ago

A victory for freedom: Millions wasted and lives wrecked - all to appease snobs who hate free speech - now jury shows public values freedom of expression over officialdom's silencing

By Richard Pendlebury and Stephen Wright for the Daily Mail For the past two months, Court 16 at the Old Bailey has been given two very different views of the profession of journalism, with a fundamental principle hanging in the balance. ...
 Capital Bay1 week ago
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