Have UK tabloids gone too far? Lagarde on new IMF role; why Mexicans are staying at home
With tabloid journalism under scrutiny, reporters answer your questions about the industry
Cameron calls for phone-hacking inquiry; Lagarde faces the press; A giant wombat found.
Families of London bomb victims may have had phones hacked by reporters - your reaction
John Murphy presents wit and analysis from correspondents Andrew Harding and Helen Ford
Phone hacking outrage; Netherlands' Srebrenica guilt; does celeb culture make women dumb?
The state of fleet street
Drought emergency in Africa; Dutch blamed for Srebrenica; and treasure in Kerala temple
Aung San Suu Kyi examines what drives people to dissent in the second Reith Lecture 2011
Alan Johnston with insights from BBC foreign correspondents Robin Lustig and Anu Anand