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