‘James Murdoch to step down as BSkyB chairman – live’
It has been confirmed that James Murdoch is stepping down as the chairman of BSkyB. The Guardian live blog tracks the developments.
‘Lucy Panton: Statement to Leveson Inquiry’
Lucy Panton, the former News of the World crime editor gives evidence to the Leveson Inquiry today. Her full statement to the Inquiry can be read here.
‘Leveson inquiry: Lucy Panton – live’
Full coverage of Lucy Panton’s evidence can be read here.
‘Trinity Mirror investors to vote on director pay changes’
Having received a backlash from Trinity Mirror shareholders, investors in the newspaper group have announced that they will vote next month on how the group’s directors are paid. The National Union of Journalists has called on shareholders at Trinity Mirror to reject the proposed cuts to bonuses, which are “still way too weighted towards instant gratification”.
‘Bath Chronicle teams up with local college’
The Bath Chronicle has teamed up with City of Bath College and is devoting a page of news to writers from the college’s online student magazine Bladud.
‘Backlash over plans to monitor all internet use’
Theresa May has faced criticism after announcing her plans to give police and security services the power to monitor the email traffic and internet use of every person in Britain.