Former footballer Paul Gascoigne won £188,250 (€263,965) in phone-hacking damages from Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN). Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

The publisher of the Daily and Sunday Mirror has been ordered to pay £1.2m (€1.68m) in compensation to eight phone-hacking victims, including the acto(...)

Trinity said it expected its 2015 performance to be in line with expectations, with analysts expecting a continued deterioration in revenue but a slight pick up in pretax profit

Trinity Mirror said it would pay a dividend for the first time since 2008 after tight cost control and digital advertising sales helped the British ne(...)

Copies of the Daily Mirror newspaper move along the production line at the Trinity Mirror   print plant in Watford, UK. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Trinity Mirror has publicly apologised for phone hacking and said civil claims will cost the company millions more than first thought. The owner of th(...)

The Mirror is “not like other tabloids”, which is both true and also its new advertising slogan. In one image from the campaign, launched last weekend(...)

Former editor of the Daily Mirror Richard Wallace was interviewed yesterday by police investigating alleged phone hacking. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Detectives investigating the phone hacking scandal in the UK are examining fresh claims after new evidence came to light, a lawyer represe(...)

The Sunday Mirror today became the latest newspaper title to be dragged into the ongoing phone-hacking scandal.  Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg

The Sunday Mirror was dragged into the UK phone-hacking scandal today as London police arrested four journalists connected to the newspaper. (...)