A police officer has been arrested and bailed in connection with the 'plebgate' incident that led to Andrew Mitchell's resignation from the Cabinet.
David Cameron threw his support behind his beleaguered culture secretary today despite a parliamentary probe into her expenses.
Those who attack the Australian radio DJs are guilty of precisely the crime they claim to be so upset about.
As the clock continues to tick on Lord Justice Leveson's proposals, Downing Street continues to look for answers - and a royal charter might just be the get-out-of-jail-free option the prime minister is looking for.
Newspaper editors have committed to work together to "swiftly" find a solution which meets the Leveson principles of self-regulation, after their Downing Street meeting this morning.
MPs prepared to debate the Leveson report in the Commons today, as Labour and the coalition started drawing up competing pieces of draft legislation implementing its proposals.
Cross-party unity on Lord Justice Leveson's to reform press regulation appeared to be sliding away this weekend.
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Key players give their responses to Lord Justice Leveson's recommendations outside the QEII conference centre in central London.
The publication of the Leveson report created an extraordinary alliance against the prime minister today, as Nick Clegg reached across the aisle and teamed up with Ed Miliband against David Cameron.
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The editor of the Spectator has pledged not to sign up to any new statutory watchdog of the press, ahead of the Leveson report tomorrow.
There were suspicions of a secret deal between Liberal Democrats and Labour today, after David Cameron was warned he would not necessarily speak for the government over the Leveson report.
The press has become hysterical ahead of the Leveson report, but we cannot ignore the dangers of statutory legislation.
Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson had even more legal problems laid at their desk today, after the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) announced criminal charges for conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office.
Conservative politicians have called on the government to legislate to establish some form of regulation of the press.
Rebekah Brooks told David Cameron his 2009 party conference speech brought her to tears twice, a newly published text message has revealed.
David Cameron and Chris Bryant's ongoing dispute is continuing by the medium of letter, after the prime minister issued a catty response to Labour's questions around the Leveson inquiry.
The colourful clash between David Cameron and Chris Bryant continued today, when the shadow immigration secretary said the prime minister was acting like an "agitated fifteenth century pope".
David Cameron took the unprecedented step of refusing to answer an MP's questions during PMQs today, in a move which some parliamentarians said broke Westminster convention.
Over 50 phone-hacking victims have warned the prime minister they will not accept any form of continued self-regulation for the press.