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The fall of Rolf Harris, strange police names and the delights...

Now that Operation Yewtree has secured the convictions of Rolf Harris and Max Clifford and brought belated justice for their victims, will Daily Mail columnists end their campaign of denigration against it? Peter McKay, one of two Mail writers who ... New Statesman, 1 month ago
Press Gazette

Three and a half years on, Scotland Yard still has 100 officers investigating journalists

Three and a half years after the launch of the Operation Weeting probe into hacking at the News of the World nearly 100 UK police officers are still investigating journalists. Met Police statistics quoted by Inforrm (The International Forum for ...
 Press Gazette1 month ago Operation Weeting: How investigation into three emails spread and spread  Equities.com1 month ago Phone hacking: Operation Weeting: How investigation into three emails spread and spread  Equities.com1 month ago
Press Gazette

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 Gazette1 week ago

Three in court accused of misconduct

Two journalists and a soldier have appeared in court accused of conspiring to commit misconduct in public office. The Sun's crime reporter, Anthony France, faces two counts, one of which states he conspired with a police officer. Separately, his ...
 BBC1 week ago Two face court over Elveden charges  BBC2 weeks ago
Press Gazette

In depth: The 63 UK journalists arrested and/or charged following the News of the World hacking scandal

in the light of new information from Scotland Yard. One, un-named individual, was previously counted twice after being arrested under two different inquries. From former News of the World news editor Ian Edmondson in April 2011 to former reporter ...
 Press Gazette1 week ago
Press Gazette

After two and half years of 'extra judicial punishment' former Times reporter cautioned for hacking Nightjack Yahoo account

A former Times journalist who admitted hacking a Yahoo email account in order to unmask pseudonymous police blogger Nightjack has been given a caution. The news that Patrick Foster will escape trial comes more than two years after his arrest on ...
 Press Gazette1 week ago

No hacking charges over blog expose

A journalist who faced allegations of hacking an anonymous blogger's emails is to face no criminal charges after agreeing to accept a police caution. Patrick Foster was arrested as part of Operation Tuleta in 2012 in connection with the Times ...
 BBC2 weeks ago

One individual cautioned for an offence and no further action against another individual for perjury and PCJ

Gregor McGill, a senior lawyer at the Crown Prosecution Service, said: "In April 2014 the CPS received a file as part of Operation Tuleta. The file concerned allegations against two individuals of perverting the course of justice and perjury, and an ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago
Press Gazette

Jury clears former Sun journalist who faced trial for looking at celeb's flirty texts

A former Sun reporter has been cleared of plundering a stolen mobile phone for flirty texts and pictures between a PR woman and a well-known television personality. Ben Ashford, 35, was accused of handling stolen property and accessing data on ...
 Press Gazette2 weeks ago Reporter cleared over stolen phone  BBC2 weeks ago Jury retires to consider case against Sun journalist who looked at texts on PR's stolen phone  Press Gazette2 weeks ago

Ex-Sun reporter cleared of illegally accessing celebrity text messages following five-day trial

Ben Ashford, 35, accused of accessing text messages of married BBC star Prosecutors claimed he knew iPhone was stolen when he looked at it However jury took just five hours to dismiss the claims at the Old Bailey By Chris Greenwood Published: ...
 Capital Bay2 weeks ago
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