A recent column by the former Editor of the Daily Mirror on the superstar footballer revealed more about himself than the 26-year-old England player, writes Mic Wright
A prominent lawyer, hacking victim and an ex-police officer are joining Prince Harry in demanding police action into Mirror Group crimes and alleged lies to the Leveson Inquiry
The comments come despite GB News being subject to a swathe of Ofcom complaints about its broadcasts and Conservative MPs interviewing other Conservative MPs on the channel
From politicised phone hacking to aiding and abetting insurrection, the lawless threat of Murdoch’s organisations to democracy is only now becoming clear
A News UK insider described the apparent attempts by the struggling channel to rile up viewers as ‘irresponsible’
Dr Evan Harris, former Director of Hacked Off and now a legal analyst to the successful claimants against Mirror Group Newspapers over phone hacking and other unlawful information gathering, deconstructs former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan’s statement on the damning judgement against the firm last week.
A film about the PPE scandal did not declare to some contributors it was being funded by a company that won £203 million in Government PPE contracts
The BBC will have to make £90m of cuts on top of its current £400m annual funding gap – while its entire funding model could be ripped up.
Journalist Nick Davies talks to Alan Rusbridger and Lionel Barber in Prospect magazine’s ‘Media Confidential’ podcast about the new revelations from the settlement by News Group Newspapers
The media company has now paid to settle a claim that alleges the involvement in, or at least the knowledge of, illegal activities by senior executives
Former BBC producer and reporter Patrick Howse explores why the cuts announced to the corporation’s flagship news programme are another damning, but unsurprising, blow to its reputation
A potential cover-up I unearthed in the weeds of Nadine Dorries’s book remains a mystery. It has damaged the BBC, the broadcast regulator, and the process of public appointments
As the Covid Inquiry has revealed, Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings are morbid symptoms of a sick system. At the heart of that sickness is the media
Damning evidence from the Covid Inquiry reveals how the former PM was enabled by a system determined to look the other way, reports Adam Bienkov
The attack on the BBC by the Israeli President Isaac Herzog is now being weaponised by political enemies who have long wanted to destroy the public service broadcaster
Former BBC reporter and producer Patrick Howse explores the damage done to the broadcaster in its attempts to appease enemies that want it destroyed
Major publishers removed articles about a Met Police investigation into the presenter after receiving legal threats, following Byline Times’ special investigation. The CEO of press regulator Impress sets out what could be done to prevent such a situation
The sham ‘regulator’ admits there are standards problems at Sir Robbie Gibb’s newspaper but insists – against all the evidence – that it has the matter under control, writes Brian Cathcart
This deception seems to be becoming part of a deliberate strategy by Conservative Party HQ.
The inside look at how a Times columnist with ties to coal mining, distorted climate data in The Times – while the press regulator turned a blind eye
As the hedge fund-backed news channel continues to platform star presenter Dan Wootton, Byline Times reveals the ‘racism, sexism and misogyny’ risking the future of the broadcaster
In the eighth part of its three-year special investigation into the private and professional conduct of GB News star Dan Wootton, Byline Times uncovers how the powerful journalist used the pretext of ‘underwear modelling’ to target young reality TV personalities. Here, for the first time, these people in the public eye speak out
A quarter of staff have been slashed in a year at National World, which owns a raft of city ‘World’ titles and renowned local papers.
Sinead O’Connor’s passing has seen tabloid tributes about her talent and fearlessness – ignoring how the singer was demonised by the same newspapers when she was alive
A government ad campaign poured cash into national newspapers during the pandemic. Byline Times is one of a number of signatories to a submission on the scheme to the COVID Inquiry
A softly-softly approach to the newspaper’s reckless journalism has failed – now the ‘regulator’ has been challenged to make a landmark choice, writes Brian Cathcart
In the fifth part of our three-year special investigation into the private and professional conduct of GB News star Dan Wootton, Byline Times can reveal how The Sun and MailOnline have been protecting their star celebrity journalist