The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.
My view that Corbyn lacks the judgement to be an effective Labour leader is strengthened by his appointment of the Guardian columnist Seumas Milne as his spin doctor.
There is a pattern now of trying to set Bond up as a somewhat tortured soul, with lots of past, lots of hinterland. That opening song has to do an awful lot of work.
The Sun and the Spectator are both opposing the Chancellor's proposals, illustrating the likely impact of the cuts on the population.
The Labour leader's appointment of Seumas Milne is a disaster, argues Oliver Bullough.
The Labour leader has appointed the Guardian journalist as his new chief spinner.
And he looked really pleased with himself afterwards.
Speaking to the protestors, I found people desperate for a voice.
CCHQ has tweeted about the UK's uniqueness, and it makes no sense.
A small minority of activists have been condemned for harassing journalists at a TUC protest in Manchester.
The NS is looking for a new recruit.
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