George Clooney is set to direct an adaptation of the book Hack Attack by Guardian journalist Nick Davies, an account of Davies’ investigation into Rupert Murdoch’s media empire which uncovered the phone-hacking scandal that rocked the British establishment and resulted in the closure of the News of the World.
Nick Clegg has mocked the Daily Mail's dissection of what the new Conservative female cabinet ministers are wearing by tweeting a picture of his outfit.
It takes a celebrity both brave and secure in their own status to first demand an apology from the media behemoth that is the Daily Mail empire and then reject that apology as insincere and deceitful. Unfortunately for the Mail, George Clooney is both those things.
Google’s Webmaster Tools service sent me two emails on Wednesday morning. This isn't unusual for me (I'm head of search engine optimisation at the Guardian) but the subject line was entirely new: 'Notice of removal from Google Search’.
Ed Miliband is facing a backlash from Labour MPs and other politicians on Merseyside after he was forced to explain why he had posed for a photograph with the Sun newspaper while the phone-hacking trial and Hillsborough inquest were under way.
David Cameron has acknowledged in private that he may be sitting on a further cache of emails and texts to and from Rebekah Brooks after a limited search was carried out for the Leveson inquiry.
The fallout continues.