An artist’s impression of Irish Ferries’ WB Yeats. Delays in building the ferry have resulted in almost 30,000 passengers’ trips being cancelled

While thousands of passengers whose holidays were scuppered by the announcement that Irish Ferries had cancelled all sailings on the WB Yeats until th(...)

Irish Ferries has cancelled thousands of bookings for August for the WB Yeats, the company’s brand new luxury vessel.

The authority which regulates sea travel to and from Ireland has said it is examining whether thousands of passengers impacted by Irish Ferries cancel(...)

“Good-quality journalism ... is a huge force for good.” Theresa May gives a speech in Manchester on the future of newspapers, on Tuesday.  Photograph: Paul Ellis/Reuters

Theresa May has announced a review of the future of the British newspaper industry, warning that the closure of hundreds of titles, particularly local(...)

 Rupert Murdoch of News Corporation said his view was that page three was   old fashioned but he said readers seem to disagree. Photograph: Getty

The Sun appears to have stopped publishing topless pin-ups on page three after 44 years.The tabloid has faced pressure from politicians, anti-sexism c(...)

Australian media magnante Rupert Murdoch asks  Twitter followers for their opinion on topless page three pin-ups. Photograph: Andrew Gombert/EPA

The Sun’s page three topless pin-ups are “old fashioned”, according to News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch. The executive chairman of the firm asked his Twi(...)

The Irish Sun’s page three on Tuesday and yesterday, featuring Dutch model  Sylvie van der Vaart (left) and former Miss World Rosanna Davison wearing swimwear rather than appearing topless. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Page three of the Irish Sun no longer shows bare breasts. The Irish edition of the Murdoch tabloid has adopted a more covered-up approach to the glamo(...)