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Peter Wilby was editor of the Independent on Sunday from 1995 to 1996 and of the New Statesman from 1998 to 2005. He writes a weekly column for the NS.
The Independent put the question we all needed the answer to: can a middle-class liberal fl
The Forest Gate raid may or may not show flaws in police and intelligence practice, but it certainly
I would not accuse the British press, least of all the Mail, of having a heart. But it offe
The McCartney-Mills marriage, like the fluoridation of water, is a subject on which I have never bee
After many years as an editor, I have concluded that regulation of the press would be better than wh
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2006
Edited by Matthew Engel John Wisden & Co, 1,
The North West Enquirer might succeed if it had something to report on. Unfortunately the n
I welcome newspapers exposing the affairs of politicians. If they think we ought to know of their "h
The Troublemaker: Michael Scott and his lonely struggle against injustice
Anne Yates and Lewis Che
Ministers profess indifference to the views of the chattering classes. But it can't be pleasant if,