11 December 2000
As she lies restless at night, pondering her future as editor of the Daily Ex-press, Rosie Boycott may reflect that the...
04 December 2000
I have never edited the Daily Express. At least, I don't think I have. Over the years, editors shuttled in and out of...
13 November 2000
Those familiar with the early Stars Wars movies will remember Chewbacca, the furry giant friend of Hans Solo and a...
30 October 2000
In the national newspapers, all's fair in love and war, except in love. When it comes to affairs of the heart, or even...
16 October 2000
When he wrote: "Journalists say a thing that they know isn't true, in the hope that if they keep on saying it long...
02 October 2000
These are gloomy times indeed for Mohamed Fayed. Despite his vigorous pursuit of both British nationality and ownership...
18 September 2000
There hasn't been as much blood spilt in Scotland since Bannockburn. So violently have Martin Clarke at the Daily...
24 July 2000
There are, as Disraeli did not say, three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and newspaper circulation figures. The Audit...
10 July 2000
It has been a bad week for Dr Spin. So sickly has he looked at times that it seemed the attentions of a physician of...
26 June 2000
There are journalists who are unable, or sometimes unwilling, to recognise a story even when it all but walks up,...

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