By Steven Baxter - 18 June 12:39
Will we miss it when its gone? I think we will.
By Steven Baxter - 13 June 14:09
The "Gay Girl in Damascus" blog was a product of an American man's imagination. But does it matter?
By Steve Baxter - 09 June 19:18
This is what passes for a debate about sentencing.
By Steven Baxter - 09 June 15:57
Our obsession with the sex lives of the rich and famous is tawdry at best.
By Steven Baxter - 05 June 13:01
It is easy to dismiss this new form of journalism -- but it is here to stay.
By Steven Baxter - 03 June 12:04
When everyone actually <em>is</em> going to die, no one will believe the tabloids.
By Steven Baxter - 27 May 13:33
Thank heavens for the broadsheets, asking the questions to which the British public needs answers.
By Steven Baxter - 24 May 19:17
Many people hadn’t guessed the identity of “the footballer” until the tabloids weighed in.
By Steven Baxter - 19 May 14:05
Frightening, but with free baked goods.
By Steven Baxter - 14 May 14:42
My pick for the winner – and why Britain will get nuls points.
By Steven Baxter - 12 May 17:14
Don’t get angry at magazines for writing about Philippa’s bottom – we’re the ones who read the stuff
By Steven Baxter - 10 May 11:45
A toothless PCC won’t stop other newspapers using the <em>Telegraph</em>’s tactics: the rewards outw
By Steven Baxter - 09 May 13:35
Most superinjunctions suppress money-making stories about celebrity sex, rather than a real public i
By Steven Baxter - 05 May 17:30
The strange evolution of a Martin Luther King quotation can tell us a lot about authorship.
By Steven Baxter - 03 May 15:59
Without footage or photographic evidence, journalists – and the public – are several steps removed f
By Steven Baxter - 28 April 18:35
We should put them in a glass dome and be able to phone them up and tell them what to do – like a ro
By Steven Baxter - 27 April 12:29
The News International chief is accused of lying to parliament – but the press just cares about some
By Steven Baxter - 20 April 17:32
The intrusion into celebrities’ privacy is endemic – and it undermines the case for serious investig
By Steven Baxter - 19 April 12:23
Is AV a horse race or a football match? Or is it just whatever the plebs can understand?
By Steven Baxter - 11 April 12:57
I can’t do 100 words a minute shorthand, have never sat through a council meeting or done a death kn
By Steven Baxter - 08 April 13:39
It makes sense - the two newspapers have printed the same stuff with different fonts for a while now
By Steven Baxter - 04 April 12:40
The <em>Sport</em> and <em>Sunday Sport</em> have gone under, taking their torrent of nipples and ma
By Steven Baxter - 01 April 11:27
After a quick look through the tabloids’ websites, it’s quite difficult to tell.
By Steven Baxter - 27 March 16:18
How can the anti-cuts movement break through the media’s short attention span?
By Steven Baxter - 22 March 13:24
After five years, people still don’t know what Twitter is for – and that is what makes it great.
By Steven Baxter - 21 March 12:15
I feel like I’m spoiling all the fun, but I find it distasteful to reduce the Libya campaign to a fo
By Steven Baxter - 18 March 15:14
People don’t publish “Wills and Kate” stories for the joy of the prose, they do it to flog a few mor
By Steven Baxter - 15 March 12:31
Now the waves have receded, the media are using the Fukushima nuclear plant to ramp up the fear fact
By Steven Baxter - 09 March 15:14
No, not that word, but “cut”.
By Steven Baxter - 07 March 10:42
Do we all stand up to managers when they make us do something we know is wrong, or do we keep our he