Julianne Moore accepts her Academy Award. ‘Political acceptance speeches are supposed to be the anomalies that keep the ceremony honest. They’re not supposed to define the night.’ Photograph: Christopher Polk/Getty Images

Of all the details to emerge about blurred lines at the Daily Telegraph, perhaps the least surprising is the leaking of a memo from film distributor S(...)

From Monday, readers of The Irish Times will be able to buy a subscription package for digital content on irishtimes.com and its app. Readers w(...)

Running block for HSBC

Whether or not Caesar’s wife is playing the field, it matters most how she is perceived. “Caesar’s wife must be above suspicion.” Not a bad maxim eith(...)

Oborne alleged that a story about HSBC potentially facing a $70bn capital hole was removed from the ‘Telegraph’ website. Photgraph: Getty Images

One of the things Peter Oborne, the Daily Telegraph’s former chief political commentator, alleged in his outspoken resignation article this week was t(...)

The Tracey Emin designed trophy given to winners at the Brit Awards, an event sponsored by MasterCard. Photograph: Ian West / PA Wire

UTV Ireland will be broadcasting the Brit Awards later this month, it says. The channel has the rights to the music industry shindig, which takes plac(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin at Government Buildings before the Budget announcement on Tuesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Government’s decision to end the controversial “double Irish” tax arrangement used by multinationals to slash their tax bills has received promine(...)

Read all about it: British newspapers came in for  heavy criticism in the Leveson inquiry. Photograph: Rosie Hallam/Getty Images

Journalists tend to receive a bad press and, unfortunately, often with due cause. Recently in the UK the seedier side of news gathering was lai(...)