‘Cameron knew Hunt would back BSkyB bid’
A memo, released by the Leveson Inquiry, reveals that David Cameron already knew his Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt was in favour of the BSkyB bid.
‘Former cop says Sun story cost her MI5 job’
A former police officer is demanding damages of £100,000 from News Group Newspapers over a story that appeared in The Sun branding her a “skiver”.
‘Johnston’s Northumberland Gazette in tabloid switch’
The Northumberland Gazette will make the switch from broadsheet to tabloid next week.
‘Leveson inquiry: Adam Smith, Jonathan Stephens – live’
Jeremy Hunt’s former adviser continues giving evidence today and the top DCMS civil servant will appear later on today.
‘Meograph tool to help journalists build interactive multimedia stories’
A new tool called Meograph that allows journalists to illustrate multimedia stories over time and locations using Google maps is to launch in around a month’s time.