BROADCASTING a public inquiry into the death of spy Alexander Litvinenko could lead to witnesses not attending because of fears of "reprisal or revenge" from Russia, police have said.
THE chairman of the new press regulation body said he was aware of the "anger and despair" among the organisation's critics, but stressed it would be a genuinely independent watchdog.
OK, move along.
Rebekah Brooks once famously texted David Cameron to tell him that they were both now "in this together".
A MEDIA executive has told an international conference that attacks on press freedom in the UK have had an impact on the rest of the world.