Category : Brian Cathcart

News International: Now for that public inquiry

Brian Cathcart: News International, now for that public inquiry

Metgate: The case for a public inquiry grows stronger and stronger

Brian Cathcart: New phone hacking evidence rasies case for public inquiry

Andy Coulson has gone, now let's see News International held to account

Brian Cathcart:Andy Coulson has gone, now let's see News International held to account

The PCC, the Telegraph and Vince Cable

Brian Cathcart: The PCC, the Telegraph and Vince Cable

Phone hacking: The role of the phone companies

The latest revelations in the phone-hacking scandal have prompted the suspension of a News of the World executive, but they also raise serious concerns about security --- and possible corruption --- at mobile phone companies, Brian Cathcart writes

Phone hacking: Questions to answer

Today's revelations on the News of the World's phone hacking puts the police under the spotlight, says Brian Cathcart. The Met should be taken off the case and the investigation reopened

Making editors look lazy, cheap and dumb

Brian Cathcart: Making editors look lazy, cheap and dumb

What the cuts mean for British journaliam

Brian Cathcart: What the cuts mean for British journalism

BSkyB: Could Murdoch sack Andy Coulson?

Brian Cathcart: Could Rupert Murdoch sack Andy Coulson?