British journalists released by Libya and cleared of all charges

‘Libya frees two British journalists accused of spying’
Gareth Montgomery-Johnson and Nicholas Davies, the two British journalists who were arrested by Libyan militia on suspicion of spying, have been released and cleared of all charges

‘UK newspaper ethics ‘crisis’ inspires new theatre performance’
The National Theatre of Scotland and the London Review of Books have teamed up to produce a performance called Enquirer, which is based on the phone hacking scandal and the Leveson Inquiry.

‘Hacked Off’s Motorman disclosure campaign: update’
Brian Cathcart discusses what has happened since Hacked Off called for the public release of the Motorman files.

‘Leveson inquiry: John Twomey, James Murray, Jeremy Lawton – live’
Keep up to date with the Leveson Inquiry with the Guardian’s live blog.

‘Evans: Thatcher’s Murdoch meeting ‘highly improper”
The Former Sunday Times editor Sir Harold Evans has described the news that Rupert Murdoch had secret meetings with Margaret Thatcher as “highly improper”.

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