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For a generation, the political elite has sought the patronage of Murdoch – and the hacking scandal
We live in heartless times. Once, we revered our elders as fonts of wisdom and continuity. Today we discard them like so many overflowing colostomy bags.
There's an aspect of the eurozone crisis that has yet to register with the British public.
Until someone can show me that the Prime Minister has broken a law, I'm happier not to join in all t
The matchbox-sized Speaker, John Bercow, has been lauded for his part in exposing the Murdoch empire's hacking scandal, including the granting of an emergency debate.
Sitting before a parliamentary committee, facing questions about phone-hacking, in his own words "humble", Rupert Murdoch did not look much like the sinister potentate of popular fable.
The Fleet Street hacks and men from Westminster are now scrabbling to rewrite the history of the phone-hacking fiasco. The pact between press and parliament remains the same.
Is this the end for Blue Labour, the loose agglomeration of academics and politicians that has had the ear of Ed Miliband since he became Labour leader?
What impact will the withdraw of litigation funding have?
Groups such as LulzSec have security teams on the run.
Ten MPs will get the opportunity to grill the Murdochs and Rebekah Brooks later today. But who are t
Boris has never missed an opportunity to dismiss legitimate criticisms of the police and to defend t
Nothing is for ever.
Cheerleader for "Murdoch Labour" over nearly two decades, Alastair Campbell once advised Ed Miliband to deal directly with his friend Rebekah Brooks and bypass the Fortress Wapping underlings.
You need no qualifications to work in PR, merely an ability to pass the buck.
In April, Clegg thought that the press barons and their newspapers were irrelevant - yesterday, howe
In the golden age of British politics, it was considered the height of vulgarity to discuss affairs of state from the beginning of June to the end of November.
There are only so many times that a prime minister can afford to be completely wrong.
With the unfolding of the News Corp scandal, we are witnessing the making of a modern Labour leader.
It is not encouraging that Cameron's instinctive response was to lurk in the shadows.