He said the sum "will make 'Mirror' executives blush".
Nobody seems to know. But despite having no fixed definition, the term is still used by UK politicians and journalists of all types to make it seem like they have the public's well-being at heart.
I interviewed former Daily Star journalist Rich Peppiatt about his new film in which he trolls newspaper editors.
I went to meet Fleet Street's banished son at his pub in Dover.
She's so pretty in her clown wig.
We played dress-up with paparazzi at the Leveson Inquiry.
For those of you without taste or eyes, Private Eye is a fortnightly satirical newsprint magazine that contains more actual news than all the other British newspapers they made during the two weeks it takes to put their issue together.