04 March 2011
03 March 2011
It's not a surprise that Rupert Murdoch won. We all knew he would win; the only issue to wonder about was the scale of...
01 March 2011
Richard Desmond's empire is a curious thing: on the one hand, you have newspapers that worry about immigration and...
25 February 2011
The launch of Churnalism.com this week – and the Larry the Cat Facebook hoax with which Chris Atkins fooled the...
22 February 2011
There are some things in life that seem so far beyond parody – Sarah Palin's continued credibility, for example,...
17 February 2011
Tweet"OK! TV kicked off to a triumphant start," said OK! magazine this week in an interview with the OK! TV...
14 February 2011
10 February 2011
Wednesday's front page of the Daily Star has been widely seen as an endorsement of the English Defence League. Roy...
08 February 2011
There's a difficulty about writing about Daily Mail columnists without falling into a couple of traps.It's become...
04 February 2011
The "'Transatlantic Trends" report appears to reveal that Brits are more worried about immigration than any...
03 February 2011
01 February 2011
It's hard to pin down exactly when it happened, but at some point in the 1990s we started seeing the outside of...
28 January 2011
How to argue
27 January 2011
It's surprising that a couple of football commentators saying something sexist should end up becoming such a big deal....
24 January 2011
Even if Miliband is a second-placed prime minister, it would still be a victory for Labour to savour