As Greece prepares for a monumental decision, there is only one certainty: the European Ideal has been irrevocably damaged
Month: June 2015
The international game of chicken, being played out for the last five years, is reaching its climax. Alexis Tsipras has played a very bad hand extremely well, despite what doomsayers suggest
15 years ago the Met’s Operation Two Bridges exposed a lucrative illegal trade between corrupt police officers, private investigators and Fleet Street. Nothing was done. But what happened to two Guardian journalists who were writing about police corruption at the same time?
Overlooked evidence proves that the justification for News of the World’s surveillance of the senior investigating officer in the Daniel Morgan murder inquiry is an abject excuse
A Bellingcat and Byline investigation for the first time can reveal Scotland Yard had intelligence Mazher Mahmood was corrupting police officers as far back as the summer of 2000
Writers and producers of BBC television drama are being stifled by the corporation’s top-down commissioning system. But public service broadcasting could easily be more pluralistic….
Prosecutors demands £3/4 Million from the former Downing Street director of communications to compensate taxpayers for prosecution costs. Judge says settlement must have “public approval.”
How the tabloid obsession with child-killers led to questions in court, and questions of morality
A repost of an article from last November when, the BBC was told, any coverage of the Fake Sheikh would be ‘prejudicial’ to CPS charging decisions which were “weeks away.” That was SEVEN MONTHS AGO.
After four years of a phenomenal corporate fightback after the phone hacking scandal erupted in 2011, is Rupert Murdoch’s resignation from the entertainment giant just a natural succession? Or is there some revelation pending in the wings?
Forget phone hacking. It’s just the tip of an iceberg. Much more invasive illegal press practices are coming to light. Paddy French has more detail.
The role of Lord Stevens in the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry, and allegations that the Metropolitan Police failed to disclose important evidence
The inside story of how the Former News of the World editor escaped a Scottish perjury conviction