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Despite leading in the polls by double digits, Biden still may not get a landslide. Then an even dirtier battle for the White House will begin.
If audiences are prone to believing conspiracy theories, a public service broadcaster needs new strategies to ensure it reaches them with the truth.
The US president seemingly believed that Twitter had closed its entire social network in order to prevent negative coverage of Biden from spreading.
As the government refuses more requests for public records than ever before, information is becoming available only to those that can afford it.
The Tories’ proposed elevation of Paul Dacre and Charles Moore is audacious but don’t expect a fight from the BBC hierarchy.
Boris Johnson has proposed appointing two men who have spent their careers questioning our national broadcaster's existence.
The late Sunday Times editor was a relentless foe of abuse of power and injustice.
Please apply if you are a recent graduate from a BAME background.
The new director-general takes over next week at a time of unprecedented political and financial uncertainty for the corporation.
The UK has an over-elaborate system for allocating university places – perhaps the government will seize the opportunity to design a better one.
Long after I was the first Brit to visit Beirut since the release of John McCarthy it became the tourist destination it should always have been. But the recent turmoil has ended that.