A legal ruling now opens the way for more civil claimants to sue over possible voicemail interception at the News of the World.
As the rest of Fleet Street howled, the Telegraph sat with its fingers in its ears, hoping the dodgy Google tax deal story might just go away.
UNDER STARTER’S ORDERS
The Press Recognition Panel, set up with public cash after Leveson, finally has something to do as wannabe watchdog Impress asks for recognition.
TOO MUCH INFORMATION
The Spectator’s Rod Liddle bemoans an MP revealing too much about his sex life… having chronicled his own Viagra adventures in gory detail.
HEARING IS BELIEVING…
A Telegraph advertising executive endorses a client in an advertorial for hearing aids… but omits to tell readers of the commercial relationship.
THE RUSBRIDGER LEGACY
Alan Rusbridger, incoming chair of the Scott Trust, must find big savings after the big spending editorship of one, er, A. Rusbridger.