PC admits selling story about John Terry"s shoplifter mother to The Sun: Prison officer also leaked information

PC admits selling story about John Terry's shoplifter mother to The Sun: Prison officer also leaked information Alan Tierney sold information about arrest of John Terry's mother Sue Tierney also sold information about arrest of Rolling Stone Ronnie WoodPrison officer Richard Trunkfield admitted leaking high profile inmate detailsTierney and Trunkfield were arrested under Operation Elveden By Helen Lawson PUBLISHED: 12:29 GMT, 8 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:51 GMT, 9 March 2013 A policeman and a prison officer yesterday pleaded guilty to selling stories about a celebrity and a high-profile inmate to The Sun.

Former Pc admits selling secrets to the Sun newspaper about the arrest of John Terry"s mother for shoplifting

Former Pc admits selling secrets to the Sun newspaper about the arrest of John Terry's mother for shopliftingAlan Tierney sold information about arrest of John Terry's mother Sue Tierney also sold information about arrest of Rolling Stone Ronnie WoodPrison officer Richard Trunkfield admitted leaking high profile inmate detailsTierney and Trunkfield were arrested under Operation Elveden By Helen Lawson PUBLISHED: 12:29 GMT, 8 March 2013 | UPDATED: 14:14 GMT, 8 March 2013 Alan Tierney, pictured arriving at the Old Bailey this morning, pleaded guilty to misconduct in public office after selling information to the Sun newspaper A former police officer and a prison officer both admitted selling secrets to the Sun newspaper today.

Lib Dems battle to persuade voters to turn out in today"s crunch Eastleigh by-election amid fears sex scandal could decide result

Lib Dems battle to persuade voters to turn out in today's crunch Eastleigh by-election amid fears sex scandal could decide result Polls open in Hampshire town to elect successor to disgraced Cabinet minister Chris HuhneContest billed as three-horse race between Lib Dems, Tories and UKIPLib Dems thought win was 'in the bag' until allegations emerged against ex-chief executive Lord RennardTories fear they could be forced into third place by a surging UKIP By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor PUBLISHED: 08:54 GMT, 28 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:45 GMT, 28 February 2013 Panicked Liberal Democrats launched a drive to persuade their supporters to turn out in today's crunch Eastleigh by-election amid fears voters will desert them in protest at the Lord Rennard scandal. Voters go to the polls in the Hampshire seat today to choose a successor to disgraced Cabinet minister Chris Huhne, who quit after being warned he faces jail for pleading guilty to perverting the course of justice. The Lib Dems are battling to see off challenges from the Conservatives and the UK Independence Party, who claim they could be on course for a historic first Commons win

Reporter faces corruption case over alleged payments for information

Sun reporter and former police officer face corruption charges over alleged payments for information The Sun newspaper's defence editor Virginia Wheeler will face charges Paul Flattley, who was a Metropolitan Police constable, is also facing prosecution for allegedly conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:59 GMT, 23 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:53 GMT, 23 January 2013 A senior reporter at the Sun and a former policeman are to face criminal charges over alleged corrupt payments for information. Virginia Wheeler, who is the newspaper’s defence editor, and Paul Flattley, who was a Metropolitan Police constable, were told yesterday they are to be prosecuted for allegedly conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office. Virginia Wheeler, the Sun's defence editor, will face charges over alleged corrupt payments for information It is alleged the officer was paid at least 4,000 in cheques and 2,450 in cash in exchange for information, including details linked to the death of a 15-year-old girl, the Crown Prosecution Service said

Police officer told he can keep his job after messaging millionaire"s rioting daughter during her trial

Police officer told he can keep his job after messaging millionaire's rioting daughter during her trialLaura Johnson, 20, was handed a two-year jail term for driving looters around London during 2011 riotsBut Scotland Yard launched an investigation after James Quigley, an officer who gave evidence at her trial, made contact with her He was later subject to disciplinary action but has kept his job | UPDATED: 19:36 GMT, 27 December 2012 A Metropolitan Police officer who sent a text message to a millionaire's daughter during her trial for chauffeuring looters around during the London riots has held on to his job. University-educated Laura Johnson, 20, was handed a two-year jail term for her part in the crime spree which engulfed the city at the height of the 2011 riots. But Scotland Yard was forced to launch an internal inquiry before any verdict was reached after it emerged Detective Constable James Quigley, an officer who gave evidence to the court, made contact with Johnson.