Tag: Rupert Murdoch
The Sun turns a page and drops topless models
Britain’s best-selling tabloid newspaper has decided to take down its Page 3 pin-ups, thanks in part to the No More Page 3 campaign. But is the decision a victory for...
Phone-hacking trial reaches dramatic climax
After eight months, a jury has finally announced its verdict on Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson who were both accused of plotting to hack phones in 2011. Has justice now been done?
Parliament delivers stinging verdict on Murdoch
MPs investigating the News of the World phone-hacking scandal have reached an unexpectedly damning verdict: Rupert Murdoch is ‘not a fit person’ to run an international company.
Murdoch empire launches new Sunday Sun
Britain’s best selling paper has run its first ever Sunday edition, finally replacing the scandal-hit News of the World. But does the world really need more mass-market tabloid journalism?
Voters ask: who is the real David Cameron?
A week is a long time in politics. It seemed that David Cameron had overcome public distrust of his Etonian and PR background. Now, his 'straight guy' reputation is under fire.
Murdoch closes ‘inhuman’ News of the World
‘A typical management stunt’ was how one politician described yesterday’s shock closure of Britain’s biggest newspaper. Or was it genuine remorse?
Media empire takes step to world domination
Britain's biggest news company might be about to get bigger. With so much of the media in the hands of so few, should we be worried?
Police in dock over phone hacking fury
Police have announced a new investigation into phone hacking at the News of the World. But why did it take them so long to get on the case?
Phone-hacking throws spotlight on Murdoch
Ex-PM Gordon Brown joins those who suspect their phones have been tapped. Andy Coulson may have resigned, but the story continues to grow.