Former Sun executive believed Broadmoor worker paid for supplying stories was a “whistle-blower”
By Martin Hickman A former Sun executive believed that a Broadmoor worker who received payment for supplying stories to the paper was a "whistle-blower", he…0Post Comment Read More +
Sun journalist not guilty over civil servant payments.
Amid emotional scenes today, former Westminster correspondent of The Sun, Clodagh Hartley, was cleared of conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office. Hartley, and…0Post Comment Read More +
The Sun has a 7ft-high safe stuffed full of unpublished photographs, stories and videos of people in public life, court hears
By Martin Hickman The Sun has a 7ft-high safe stuffed full of unpublished photographs, stories and videos of people in public life, one of its…0Post Comment Read More +
Sun reporter bought a medical assessment of Yorkshire Ripper from Broadmoor health worker, court told
By Martin Hickman Sun reporter Jamie Pyatt bought a medical assessment of the Yorkshire Ripper from a health worker at Broadmoor psychiatric hospital, a…1Post Comment Read More +