The former Ukip leader has appeared at a Donald Trump rally. It went exactly as you would expect.
Could the Independent, in going digital, be showing the way for the rest of the industry? Sadly, I think it's safer to put your money on Murdoch.
Scare stories condemning coffee shops are missing the wider context: an Innocent smoothie has more sugar per millilitre than a Starbucks white chocolate mocha.
A set of prizes rewarding individual journalists for their work over the past year has unveiled a shortlist featuring 18 per cent women, and a similarly low number of ethnic minorities.
Demands that somebody or other speak for England have been thick and fast.
Corbyn's director of communications, on voluntary leave from the title, was surprised by backing for Yvette Cooper.
My colleague Susan – tougher than me – said I should just drop him. And then, one day, the matter came to a head.
“Labour is a joke. Labour is finished. Labour is scum.”
Sky’s latest deal with US cable network Showtime is another example of how it buys up seasons of non-UK programmes popular with UK audiences on free-to-air channels.
Tom Bradby’s “bloke in the pub” act may grate, but there is no reason for the BBC to be mean-spirited about a spot of competition - it may even be a good thing.
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