British editor denounces enemies of populist press
The Daily Mail's editor electrified the official inquiry into the press yesterday. He condemned phone hacking but attacked what he claimed were attempts to muzzle the free press.
Human rights and wrongs split UK Government
A row has erupted between the two parties in the Coalition over whether to keep the Human Rights Act. Do laws designed to protect human rights hamper justice or create a more civilised country?
Murdered teenager’s voicemail 'hacked by tabloid'.
The latest chapter in the story of phone hacking at the News of the World has shocked the UK: a missing girl's phone messages were listened to, suggesting to police she was alive.