A politician-cum-celeb says only a sharp-fanged regulator can stop the scuzzy press from invading voicemails.
The death of a free press, the hacking off of investigative journalism - the scandals nobody is talking about.
The cultural elite’s crusade against News International is only a more erudite version of the News of the World’s war on perverts.
An American free-speech campaigner dissects the ‘delusional elitism’ of those wanting to muzzle the tabloids.
Why the political class loves to peddle stories about the tabloids’ evil grip on the masses’ minds.
Must-reads from the past week
The unprecedented harrying to extinction of a tabloid newspaper is likely to have a chilling effect across the British media.
What the News of the World is alleged to have done is terrible and indefensible. But the fury about it is being driven by something else.
Recent coverage of celebrities’ sexual antics has been puerile, but it should not be judges who decide what we read.
Yes, the News of the World has behaved badly, but for New Labour bigwigs to complain about being snooped on... you couldn’t make it up.
Is reheating an old scandal about a Tory spindoctor and phone tapping at the News of the World really the best the Opposition can offer?