Cross-party unity on Lord Justice Leveson's to reform press regulation appeared to be sliding away this weekend.
Key players give their responses to Lord Justice Leveson's recommendations outside the QEII conference centre in central London.
After months of waiting, Lord Justice Leveson's report has finally been published. Review our live coverage in which we assessed its contents - and the political reaction - this afternoon.
Nadine Dorries said she was "confident" her suspension from the Tory party would be lifted today, after she met with the chief whip.
Philip Schofield has been 'disciplined' by ITV for showing David Cameron a list of alleged paedophiles during a live television interview.
Conservative politicians have called on the government to legislate to establish some form of regulation of the press.
David Cameron is a lunatic obsessed with Britain's colonial past, the lead actor in American Pie has said.
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David Cameron's bespoke Downing Street iPad app: What's on it (lots of data!) and what's not on it (Eastenders).
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MPs, at first subdued by the seriousness of the Savile allegations, soon changed their mood. George Entwistle's hapless answers assured that.
The BBC is enduring a strange and chaotic day, as it tries to limit the damage from one of its own programmes' investigation into another of its programmes.
The BBC's enemies have come out to play, rubbing their hands with glee at a scandal big enough to permanently damage the corporation's reputation.
The allegations that TV presenter Jimmy Savile abused hundreds of children have caused horror across the country – and sparked an extraordinary crisis at the BBC. Can it survive?
The BBC is to face an independent review of whether its coverage of issues like immigration and Europe reflect its alleged liberal bias.
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Over 50 phone-hacking victims have warned the prime minister they will not accept any form of continued self-regulation for the press.
Journalists from left and right give their take on Ed Miliband's pivotal conference speech.
Any slip-ups Cameron made on David Letterman's Late Show were be highlighted in the UK, while his accomplishments were glossed over.
The US TV fixture offers few oppourtunities and several clear and present dangers.
David Cameron will take the dangerous step of appearing on the Late Show with David Letterman during his trip to the US, it was confirmed today.
The press splits pretty cleanly right and left when it gives its take on David Cameron's mid-term Cabinet reshuffle.