New editor Geordie Greig may have a personally softer stance on Brexit but hard opinions from columnists will still dominate.
A fudge is the only answer to this insurmountable problem.
This was the language of a propagandist, not a newspaper.
Angry calls for “something to be done” play into terrorists’ hands.
Peter Wilby's first thoughts.
Tabloid newspapers trivialise and sexualise almost everything.
The week in the media, from Osborne’s irrelevant editorship to the unrepentant McGuinness and Vera Lynn’s stirring ballads.
The week in the media, from false promises on grammars and the French flirtation with fascism to a posh private police force.
The week in the media – from how the White House corps should handle Trump to Gary Lineker on Leicester.
... and the folly of the anti-Trump elite.
This week in the media, from Sarah Sands’s sauciness and a farewell to Alexander Chancellor to why size matters at the Guardian.