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Social distancing will accelerate the decline of the print sales that have sustained many media organisations.
Stories designed to discourage the practice have the reverse effect – and both the government and the media need to change their approach.
We're adding four senior roles to our growing team of journalists.
Unscrupulous businesses are turning a pandemic into profit.
Sales of the title have fallen from four million in the Nineties to just 1.25 million and it has recorded a £68m loss. But Rupert Murdoch’s commitment to the paper endures.
The BBC’s flagship debate show now regularly surfaces the most emotive ideas to be found on social media.
After almost 100 years of history, we have in the BBC – apart from the royal family – the UK’s only global brand; the key nourisher of the arts.
A culture in which complex subjects are reduced to short, sensationalist videos is profoundly damaging to political debate.
Among all of her television success, Flack was known for one thing: being a public punching bag.
As Rupert Murdoch’s new venture poaches BBC presenters, what does the future of British broadcasting look like?
For Boris Johnson, changing the BBC might yet prove more difficult than changing the country.