The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.
Copy, paste, fail.
Jeremy Lewis’s biography reveals the life of the man who made the Observer unique.
The birther movement becomes the girther movement.
Ministers have ruled out sweeping changes to the Freedom of Information Act, but campaigners still have concerns.
The first edition of The New Day is out, with no website and no editorial line. Is this a doomed project, or do they know something we don’t?
When it comes to the EU referendum, I don't believe there's systematic bias in the BBC - but neutrality will still require journalists to be empathetic.
Daily Mail columnist and wife of the Justice Secretary, Sarah Vine, has revealed the horrors of her husband making up his mind on the EU referendum. Here are the highlights.
EU must be kidding me.
Stanley Johnson appeared on the BBC's Today programme to counter claims that the London mayor had made a "careerist sort of move".
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