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The seventh day Sun has returned to the agenda of News International 's late, unlamented title. Three weeks ago the splash was a celebrity "confession" about a pop star's "wild night with a stripper". Two weeks ago, the lead was a kiss and tell (a
The undercover investigation was bylined Mazher Mahmood , the former News of the World reporter known as the Fake Sheikh, and Eleanor Mills. But the Crown Prosecution Service expressed doubts over evidence obtained by the paper, deciding that there
Kieren Fallon told the documentary Undercover at the News of the World how he was the victim of a sting by the now-closed newspaper. Photograph: Channel 4 Champion jockey Kieren Fallon has told how he felt suicidal when he was confronted by the
A Secret Life 9pm, BBC2 A quarter of a million Amish people live in America, most of whom believe so strongly in holding on to the old ways of simplicity and plain living that photography is banned. So it is surprising that one family agrees to be
He claimed that he usually exposed criminality, though he would also deal on occasion with cases of hypocrisy involving people guilty of moral lapses...But was it really as straightforward as the man known as the Fake Sheikh suggested? A Channel 4
Sarah Ferguson's former aide is to sue the publisher of the News of the World. Photograph: Seth Wenig/AP A former aide to Sarah Ferguson , the Duchess of York, is suing News International over allegations her phone was hacked by the News of the World.
If some of the more hysterical right wing papers are to be believed there is only one type of young ... Suggested Topics The Labour Party was founded more than a century ago with one purpose in mind: to get manual workers elected to Parliament.
The paper's editor, John Witherow , wrote to a journalist at the end of April: "We are indeed doing a thorough investigation into the number that Mazher supplied. I will examine the results and decide what to do when I know the outcome." The
A little-known Bollywood actress who was linked to cricket match-fixing allegations by Britain's Sunday Times has said she was quizzed for two-and-a-half hours by the sport's governing body...The Sunday Times in March said Indian bookmakers had hired
When it came to the highest of high pressure situations, Bayern's stars showed what separates them f... Last week, the Frontline Club hosted its second debate to discuss the impact of two documentaries Sr... Mail Online, the more insistent, bitchier