I'm not infrequently hard on The Sun, so here's a story where the paper acted fairly yet still got a kicking.
In March it ran an interview with Radiohead's Thom Yorke who was quoted as saying the band wouldn't play Glastonbury this year because the venue's transport links are poor. Yorke subsequently denied these words on the Radiohead website claiming he had been quoted "out of context". But his comments were soon taken down.
Then Teletext's esteemed music writer John Earls learnt that Yorke had vetted the interview before publication (amazing that a big red top would give copy approval - Piers Morgan would be scandalised).
Although the Sun declined to comment officially, a source told Earls: "Thom read the interview before we printed it. It's down to him to explain why he chose to attack us two weeks later." Radiohead's PR told Earls: "We aren't commenting on this story."