A zombie author for a zombie government.
Tabloid newspapers trivialise and sexualise almost everything.
The Unite leader, not his two challengers, was invited on the BBC's flagship show. That the broadcaster doesn't worry about favouritism should worry the trade union movement.
The Brexit victors aren’t addicted to independence. They’re addicted to hatred.
“The web is an international worldwide phenomenon.”
"We need to consider the fact that fake news isn't always fake news at the source," says John Moore.
The week in the media, from Osborne’s irrelevant editorship to the unrepentant McGuinness and Vera Lynn’s stirring ballads.
If Twitter is the new journalism, we are all editors – and responsible for treating our fellow humans with dignity.
The former Chancellor will be the future Evening Standard editor, and Labour is not happy.
George Osborne's new job isn't a great look for the Evening Standard. It's not clear how it will work for him, either.