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The Political Week Online: Affair trial

Against the looming backdrop of proposed press regulation, the hacking trial of Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson continues. Labour make a video - but Richard Littlejohn is unimpressed. And Karl Marx makes a comeback.

Opinion Former Articles

  • The allegations centre around phone tapping and data protection records

    News of the World investigation ruled out

    The director of public prosecutions has refused to re-open the original investigation concerning two men at the News of the World, despite recent allegations about practise at the newspaper.

  • Newspapers under fire in Lords report

    Newspaper 'secrecy' attacked by peers

    A group of peers has launched a stinging attack on the newspaper industry, accusing owners and editors of hypocrisy on the way they conduct their work.

  • Browne was forced into last minute ban on interviews

    Browne faces fall out from sailors row

    The government's indecisive handling of the Iran hostage crisis lost public sympathy for the 15 personnel taken captive, the Conservatives have claimed.

  • Byrne defends asylum policy

    MPs condemn "appalling" asylum policy

    MPs have robustly criticised the treatment of asylum seekers in the UK, concluding many applicants lack advice and support and the overall experience can be "inhuman and degrading".

  • Kelly sent son to private school

    Public had 'right to know' Kelly chose private school

    Members of the public had a right to know a cabinet minister had sent her son to a private school as it raised important points for public debate, the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) has ruled.

  • Tessa Jowell announces BBC's licence fee settlement

    BBC licence fee up 3%

    The BBC television licence fee will go up by three per cent for each of the next two years, culture secretary Tessa Jowell has announced.

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