The BBC presenter also mocked Observer writer Carole Cadwalladr’s name.
You can romanticise war, but you can’t warn against climate change.
Its political associations with Greenpeace meant the advert breached advertising standards, but can an attempt to save the environment be considered “political”?
The villain of the piece is, of course, George Osborne – and it should be counted as part of his legacy to the country.
The former Mail editor was a big beast of a Fleet Street that no longer exists. The very thought must make him very unhappy.
“If I punched you in the nose, that would be an entirely different matter, wouldn’t it?”
Green is used to unexpected visits from Mirror reporters.
“We did get things wrong,” the former Chancellor admitted on Newsnight. But not – according to him – regarding welfare.
Soon after Mohammed bin Salman’s rise to power last year, Evgeny Lebedev sold a 30 per cent stake of the Independent to a Saudi investor.
Ruling the waves. Kind of.