A SORRY SAGA
How Met police chief Bernard Hogan-Howe unwittingly sparked a fist fight between the crime correspondent and a features hack in the Standard urinals.
Sir Herbert Gussett is showered with ‘killer glitter’ as Grazia’s Jane Bruton and her posse take over the Telegraph’s, er, pisspoor ‘lifestyle’ remit.
HOW STABLEMATES WORK
With Paul Dacre recuperating from surgery, Sunday editor Geordie Greig wastes no time intervening on the Daily Mail to help two posh contacts.
TRIAL OF THE WOLFMAN
Court report from the Old Bailey where Neil Wallis, former deputy editor at the News of the World, denies conspiracy to hack mobile phone messages.
How the PR flacks of Syria’s Bashar Assad snuggled up to British hacks, in particular to Hala Jaber, the Sunday Times’s Middle East reporter.